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10 Best Seattle Interior Designers

  • 7025 38th Ave NE, Seattle • Wedgwood
    Kirby Winfield - Sara knows how to get things ship shape in a hurry!
    Lindsay Pedersen - Sara is friendly and easygoing, and is particularly good at helping small spaces feel open and organized.
    Shannon Garbaccio - Sara is AMAZING! She's a great listener, she has spectacular vision and she knows everyone YOU need to know. Her design projects speak for themselves and her organizing tips and tricks are second to none. She has a very large skill set, she can do anything! If your house needs remodeled or refreshed call her immediately.
  • 7226 Linden Ave N, Seattle • Wallingford
    Lindsay Pedersen - Rebecca West not only has impeccable taste that will prevent you from making expensive errors in design and decor, but she is very easy to work with. She did the design for our basement remodel, from drawing to picking out furniture, and everything about it was easy. She's also helped me reupholster furniture and delights in small jobs like that. Highly recommend.
    Laura - We needed some expert opinions about how to properly lay out our living room to make it both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The 1.5-hour Quick Action Session was perfect! The tips we got were spot-on and give us the roadmap we need to find just the right pieces.
    Jeff Gibb - The SHH team helped us with a home office renovation. Start to finished, they went above and beyond to respond to our style, budget and goals for the space. They were organized and knew when to guide us and when to listen. While we were paired up with them after winning a Fresh Chalk Karma Days drawing, we plan on working with Seriously Happy Homes again in the future for our other projects!
  • 2727 Fairview Ave E, Seattle • Eastlake
    Omar Shahine - We have worked with Nancy for years - she doesn't come in with ideas to overwhelm you but works to match good ideas to your expression of what you want. She has arranged for custom wood work, drapes, cushions, paint consultation etc.
    Steve Dossick - Super organized and really understands our priorities with regards to our interior design needs.
  • 6500 Phinney Ave N Suite A, Seattle • Phinney Ridge
    Chelsia Andreassen - Becky is great!
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  • 119 S Main St 300, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - susan could not be more talented- she did the four seasons downtown and is doing lincoln square- she is so professional and i trust her implicitly
    Pepper's Personal Assistants - Experience: Referred by Bernice Contact: Susan Marinello (Bernice)
  • 5701 6th Ave S, Seattle • Georgetown
    Sherri Monte - As interior designers at Elegant Simplicity, we love the Seattle Design Center!
    Alex M. Dunne - Great resource for inspiration, product selection, and installer connections.
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  • 1631 15th Ave W 205, Seattle • Interbay
    Rich Tong - Hmm. Robin has been wonderful over the years. She was so helpful in literally in two weeks outfitting a house during a family crisis. She is super understanding of needs. We've gone shopping at Ikea and also done some really nice higher end pieces as well.

    Her team has great versatility and is very efficient at doing layouts. Robin also has a great eye for everything from fixtures up tithe grand design for a home both indoor and outdoor
  • 1935 152nd Pl NE 100, Bellevue
    Cassie Walker Johnson - We worked with Modernous for the first time and our experience was wonderful! Their bidding process was straightforward and easy to share with our clients. They were available when we needed them and handled everything for us as we happened to be out of town on staging day. We highly recommend Modernous for all of your mid-century style staging needs.
  • 10400 NE 8th St, Bellevue
    Sherri Monte - As interior designers at Elegant Simplicity, we have sourced furniture from BoConcept on several occasions.

    We love them and think you will too!

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Carol Butler
7 days ago • Capitol Hill
I have multiple prints and photos that need to be arranged and hung throughout my home which has 3 floors. I also don't have the correct "stuff" ne...
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31 minutes ago
Kim OReilly Interior Designer Capitol Hill handyman
Susan Stocker Tanya Howard at The Final Piece is exceptional -- and she takes smaller jobs as well, and doesn't charge a fortune. Very honest, kind, pleasant, and SO skilled!
Lawrence Lerner See @rrenegade who part of the site too!
Whitney McKenna
30 days ago • Bothell
I need help selecting exterior paint colors. Does a service for this exist? Would also love help with decisions around outdoor light fixtures, new ...
3 replies
29 days ago
Liz Pearce @SaraEizen I know you're great at selecting interior paint colors. Do you also do exterior design?
Sara Eizen Yes, I do exterior as well but at the moment I'm only taking clients in Seattle.
Rebecca West A service like this definitely exists! 😁 In our company at Seriously Happy Homes it's called a "Quick Action Session" and we'd have 90 minutes to help select the exterior paint colors and talk through the other elements you are needing. Our Designers Leigh or Summer could totally help you and you can check out the service at or by emailing me at Have a happy day!
Tom Laramee
3 months ago • Fremont
Hi all!. Quick question: I need to choose new carpet for two rooms, and I went to a store and looked through a ton of samples, brought some home, a...
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2 months ago
Fiona Lennard A great local company is Vogels. They can help you chose the right carpet for your spaces, send you home with large swatches of carpet so you can envision what it would look like in your space. They install and take away any old carpet you may have as well. Professional and reliable.
Sarah Nadolny Hi Tom, sorry for my late chime-in but if you're still looking and are considering area rugs, I happen to be the Manager at Driscoll Robbins Fine Carpets and would be happy to help with any selections. We have a ton of beautiful inventory here, and access to so much more. We can come to your home to help you measure, and have a free delivery service so you can try full size rugs on approval in your space before making any decisions. We don't charge for any of our services, only for actual rug purchases. Let me know if you'd like to connect or have any other questions!
Troy Dennis Hi @tlaramee. Another late reply, but my my 2 cents... I assume you are talking about bedrooms, since those are the areas where carpet makes the most sense (warmer, quieter, less wear). I also assume this is your primary home and not a rental. If a rental, I would 100% go with LVP. If your primary home (depending on pets/kids/typical wear) and want something economical you might consider waterproof LVP and then drop area rugs on top (or if you want something higher end, go with hardwood). Ruggable has some interesting area rug options (we own one), but Flor also has some good options. Good luck!
Kristen Cole
7 months ago • Central District
I have painted tens of rooms... And I usually miss the mark. And then live with it because it's such a hassle to repaint and too expensive to pay f...
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7 months ago
Shannon Garbaccio +1000 for @SaraEizen She's fantastic! Great sense of what looks good and loads of experience!
Sara Eizen Thanks for the love @Lindsay & @sbacciophoto
Laura Van Horne agreed- Sara Eizen is the best with colors!!!
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