Heritage School of Interior Design Seattle students, Andi, Allison and Elvina, recently took on a fun design project where they envisioned and designed the headquarters for a new cosmetics company! Their designs are absolutely stunning – we wish we could see each of their spaces comes to life!
Design by Andi Hormel
Andi Hormel, a recent graduate of the Fundamentals of Interior Design program, designed nine modern spaces for this project, including a stylish lobby, bold break room, and a modern event space and bar. She utilized young, modern art to create an inviting aesthetic and incorporated black shiplap on the walls for a sophisticated design flow throughout the building.
We were so impressed by the event space and the warehouse breakroom where Andi selected a Misha Hex Porcelain tile for the backsplash and open shelving to create a luxurious atmosphere. The customized wood pallet tables showcase her creativity and are reminiscent of the warehouse space it once was!
To achieve a warm and cozy vibe in the film studio, Andi selected Gabriola chairs from Article for her seating and faux fur area rugs. She also included vanities for filming makeup tutorials.
Design by Allison Stejerean
Recent Heritage graduate Allison Stejerean features some Moroccan elements in her design. This was evident in her use of hexagonal elements in this spectacular lobby. Brass metal hexagon mirrors were used to expand the space as well as to reflect the logo and artwork that continues down the hallway. Sherwin-Williams Gentle Aquamarine and Steamed Milk paint colors combine to create a warm and welcoming yet modern space.
Design by Elvina Cravens
Elvina Cravens showed off her lighting design talents through her event space and film studio design. Elvina successfully used layered lighting to highlight various elements of this elegant space. She added Glowvision Luma Fixtures behind the stage and incorporated white drapes, attaching them to the ceiling and close to the stage to contour the lights and create an eye shape to match the cosmetic company’s brand.
In contrast to the event space, the film studio design feels young, airy and feminine. Elvina utilized rounded shapes in the space to create a sense of positive and pleasant emotions. We love the entire design, especially the nesting tables, orbital floor lamp, and velvet sofa and chairs.
We are so proud of these students for challenging themselves to take on this project in addition to the school work and are looking forward to watching them excel in the design world!
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