For Seattle-based interior designer Brian Paquette, interiors are best when they are inspired by architecture, travel, and the natural world. In his book AT HOME (Gibbs Smith, 2021), we are invited not only into homes with classic good looks, but into the process of creating living extensions of art. AT HOME by Brian Paquette: Thoughtful, Art-Forward, Sophisticated Interiors shares a peek inside this new title which will surely inspire.
Red, white, and blue in this traditional living room above are layered for an effortless, unfussy and classic look.
AT HOME by Brian Paquette: Thoughtful, Art-Forward, Sophisticated Interiors
“This book is a big milestone for me and was a labor of love for two years. It includes 11 projects from the past 5 years and delves deep into my past, my process and why we do what we do.” -BRIAN PAQUETTE
Gray linen feels calm and “an articulating lamp mounted to the wall doesn’t disturb the lines of the windows above” in a San Francisco bedroom.
Such beauty in this book!
What ingredients make a primary bathroom this beautiful and luxurious?
The designer says “classic materials and a balance of cool and warm.”
What Kitchens Dream of Becoming
Paquette explains “The architect on this project added interior windows termed ‘relights’) throughout this project allowing separation but also extending the light quality.”
Don’t you find interior windows enchanting?
Pale green cabinetry in this kitchen near Seattle contributes to the airy, clean, Scandi vibe.
Regarding the stunning images from AT HOME, the designer says of the photographer:
“Haris comes into a space that we have worked on for so long and breathes fresh and exciting life into each shot he takes evoking so many feelings for the viewer.” -BRIAN PAQUETTE
Inspiration for the design in this powder room above came from a hotel in Mexico. Marble sink, brass sconces, and wallpaper by Laura Aviva bring the look to life…certainly artful indeed.
Wondrously Classic and Calm
Living room in a remodeled Seattle home…hello lovely indeed.
Warm white paint colors were paired with a slightly darker trim “to create good shadows” and harmonize with outside.
The interior doors in this bedroom were painted black…in case you admire a handsome look. Brass center knobs also add a Parisian feel.
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Peace to you right where you are.
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