For students aspiring for a career in interior design, and for Seattle’s design community at large, there’s a reason to rejoice. Heritage School of Interior Design brings its unique approach to higher education into the Seattle design center.
The renowned design firm began with two college grads and a chair competition.
We’re all aware that the market crash has left our economy in a sorry state. With many stalled building projects, a trickle-down effect has been created for banks, real estate agents, building contractors and architects. This lack of work has resulted in — among other things — lots of free time.
Two resourceful locals convert an obscure material into attractive kitchen decor.
Recycling has always been a high priority in the Pacific Northwest. The idea of reusing something that turns into a beautiful product is more of a privilege than a burden. This is certainly true of the kitchenware offered by Seattle’s own Goods from the Hoods.