The Story

It was a new construction home overlooking the Puget Sound. The couple was on the verge of getting married ā€” this house was a new beginning for both of them, a melding of their lives and their dreams, and they wanted it to reflect them both. With brilliant views, it was important to not take away from the incredible natural world surrounding them.

I focused on simple, clean materials with an emphasis on wood and colors that spoke to the view without detracting from it. This house radiates warmth, effortless simplicity, and comfort, while still containing all of the modern creature comforts.

The Story

The kitchen was original to the 1950's house, complete with yellow linoleum and complete lack of storage. My client wanted more out of the space: something less claustrophobic, fresher and brighter, much more functional for her family, but to remain true to the Craftsman architecture of the house.

Our solution was to break down a wall, flood the space with light from glass french doors, and to bring the green of the exterior foliage to the interior, while keeping things simple, serene, and airy.


Since Quartz & Bone is only 3 years old, many of our projects aren't complete or aren't photographed. However, stay tuned and stay patient -- there's more to come! Also, feel free to head to Jeremiah Brent Design to check out some of the amazing projects that I had the extreme pleasure of working on during my time there (some of my personal favorites include West Village, Pacific Palisades, and Chicago!)


Interested in setting up a 15 minute phone call to discuss your project? Iā€™d love to connect with you!