Sheri Olson Architecture PLLC

(206) 720-5510
sheriolson.com

Services Provided
Full service architectural design including interiors. New construction, remodeling and sustainable design.

Business Description
Best of Houzz 2012 & 2013. I design new modern houses as well as remodel and refresh older homes. I enjoy working with clients that love design and want to be part of a collaborative process. I'm a registered architect with over 25 years of experience and founded my Seattle-based practice in 2004. I am LEED "green" certified. My work is featured in the Seattle Times’ Pacific Northwest Magazine, Inhabit and Seattle Homes & Lifestyles.

Certification and Awards
FAIA
LEED BD+C
NCARB
Seattle Architect - Best of Houzz Award Winner 2012, 2013 and 2014!
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2144 Westlake Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109 
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noellemurray
I am considering painting my walls Grey Horse. I have natural fir cabinets, hand scraped oak floors and light sage green couches. I am worried that the walls will end up looking Green not Grey. Any suggestions?
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That sounds like a nice combination of colors and textures. You're right to be concerned about a grey going green. The best thing to do is to get a sample and paint a piece of white foam core board. Benjamin Moore will sell you a 1 pint paint sample and if you go to an art supply store (or even Office Depot) you can buy a piece of foam core board 22 x 28 inches to paint. The foam core is stiffer and will not warp as much as a piece of poster board--this is important because a warped board will throw a shadow on a paint color and it will be hard to see if the color is right. Let this dry (it changes color) and then move it around the room to see if the paint color looks right. Its amazing that the light in a room can make paint look different from wall to wall. If that grey doesn't work, Benjamin Moore has a lot of others to try. Good luck!
July 11, 2014 at 7:00pm   
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Amy McCallum
This is beautiful.
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Thank you, Amy!
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Review by donvidger:

Ineterior Architect +++ - Sheri did the architectural work, but also managed our project; she got proposals from contractors, gave us "inside information" on th...
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Sheri is creative, professional and enjoyable to work with as an architect. She listened carefully to our ideas and showed us several concepts. When we selected...
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Sheri assisted in creating a new backyard which included green space, entertaining space, storage space and parking. She honored the existing architecture and h...
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We love working with Sheri Olson Architecture. Sheri is an amazing Architect who found creative ways for us to change our house and make it more functional for ...
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Sheri has a beautiful vision. She helped turn our dark, dank basement into a light and airy living room/screen room/bedroom/bathroom. She was great at negotia...
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Ann Sacks is the most beautiful tile showroom in Seattle and the most inspiring. They carry some very high end tiles but they are also a great source for tighte...
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