Walls too Windows, Interior Design

(360) 687-5076
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Services Provided
Interior Remodel
Kitchen/Bath Remodels
space Planning
Color consultations
Window Coverings
Furniture
Hard surfaces
Aging in Place Design
Bedding Ensembles
Carpeting Area rugs

Areas Served
SW Washington

Typical Job Cost
$5,000 - $300,000

Business Description
Patti Marvitz
Award winning Interior Designer
Certified Architectural Color Consultant
LEED -AP (Green Building)
CAPS- Certified Aging in Place Specialist

Certification and Awards
NWSID
CAPS (Certified Aging in Place Specialist)
LEED (Green Building)
Certified Architectural color Consultant
Voted "Best Overall" 2007 Parade of Homes.
voted "Best Bathroom" 2008 Parade of Homes.
Voted "Best Overall", 2013 "Tour of Remodeled Homes"
Location:
Brush Prairie, WA US 
Contact:
Patti Marvitz 
Type:
 
Address
16306 NE 183rd ST,
Brush Prairie, Washington,
United States, 98606 
Fax:
(360) 666-0867 
License #:
WALLSTW951M9 
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Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel

Maybe a tub doesn’t float your boat, but having no threshold is a no-brainer. These points to ponder will help you plan Full Story
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royalpayne
Yes, by all means, safety bars. And if not now, at least the blocking for them to be added later. In my 'Your new house' portfolio I plan to pass on, I have visually recorded every improvement we have done. Down to the studs pictures of blocking, electrical runs, plumbing, HVAC ducting, floor joist directions, types of underlayments under the hardwood and tile upgrades, insulation R factors and brands..... In short, every thing I wish had been passed on to me. Oh, and owners manuals of all appliances currently in the house. With their date of purchase and all warranty paperwork.
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5 Finishes Pets and Kids Can’t Destroy — and 5 to Avoid

Save your sanity and your decorating budget by choosing materials and surfaces that can stand up to abuse Full Story
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Ashley Chenard
My biggest issue with wood floor is that we have it in every single room in this stupid rental home, and I need to put kitty litters somewhere! We have an old lady cat that can't seem to keep her butt in the litter so urine often ends up on the floor. I clean it up as fast as I can and have tried laying down floor covering (she won't use covered/enclosed litters) but shes managed to cause some really bad black tannin stains in the floor that we are going to get reamed for when we move. *sigh* We plan to buy next, and I want urine proof floors for the unavoidable pet accidents from our old kitty (and if she pees at the start of the day and we are gone, even cleanly as promptly as I can does no good, it only takes 5mins or so!) as well as potty learning children who sometimes have accidents in uncommon rooms and don't tell us immediately X_X We try to be as clean as possible and to deal with the messes asap but that hasn't mattered with this stupid wood floor! I did not have this issue in our last home which was basically all tile. But I am not sure how I feel about going back to all tile again, its cold and hard on the feet and crawling knees. Is there a way to have wood that repels the urine, long enough to clean?
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What I don't see mentioned above, is the use of the new porcelain tiles that look like wood planks. I have used them in a number of designs, including bathrooms where one would not normally put any wood flooring in. They are beautiful, come in a number of color ways and texture looks, and as they are tile they are resilient to pet "faux paus". Use quartz lock grout and these floors are so easy to run a damp mop or steam cleaner over.
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I have worked with Patti from Walls Too Windows for over 15 years now, and the many projects we have worked togeather on has been a real joy and learning experi...
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We are still in the construction phase but the entire team has been very conscientious and considerate. They have shown outstanding attention to detail and se...
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We have worked with Patti on many jobs, we find her attention to detail and ease to work with a *win-win*. We would recommend Patti and her services to anyone ...
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We have worked with Pattie from Walls to Windows for a number of years and have enjoyed working with her as an Electrical Contractor. Her professionalism and a...
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We had a limited budget and Patti was able to work wonders with our kitchen remodel. Her sub-contractors were all superb, very professional and insistent on abs...
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Review for American Marble & Granite:

As I professional Interior Designer, it is extremely important to me to deal with local sub contractors that provide quality products and services to my client...
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