Seattle's active Phinney Ridge neighborhood, just north of Downtown, is known for its beautiful array of Craftsman and bungalow-style homes. One such home, a 2,800-square-foot house, owned by a real estate investor and a stay-at-home mom, was personalized for the family by interior designer Heidi Caillier of Heidi Caillier Design, who was brought in to create a look that harmonizes the home's historical details with the client's style.
Caillier chose to emphasize classic craftsman details; instead of painting the wood trim, she left it bare to stand out against crisp, white walls. Since the wood trim has a very yellow tone, the design team used cooler colors — blues, grays — to balance the hue. The result is a livable and relatable space that feels curated yet comfortable.
The end tables were custom created by the firm. Between the two white modern tables, a plethora of natural materials — including the wood floors and original wood trim — provide warmth.
Bold colors are a chic way to marry brass tones and silver tones. Framed by dark blue cabinets, the silver-toned appliances and Trinsic Kitchen Collection by Delta Faucet are mixed with other metallic kitchen details, including the Workstead brass pendant lights.