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I am of the thought interior design does not begin with deciding what furniture fits best in a room, what color to paint, or carpet to lay. It starts with an in-depth clarification of a person’s lifestyle. Twenty-five years of interior design has taught me that while people seem anxious to change décor in a home, as they get into the job, the real reasons for decorating begin to emerge. People design to make a home function for their routines, create a refuge from the world, and at the same time have a place to participate in life with their loved ones. I began to think of myself as a lifestyle designer, rather than an interior designer because a well-designed home is an extension of a person’s identity and how they opt to live. Focusing on the owner's lifestyle is the central purpose of a design project. This sort of design is more thought-provoking, taking a plan to a more in-depth emotional level, creating a connection with their environment. Over the years I developed a program to help my clients work through this process of defining their lifestyle. Eventually, all that research turned into a book, “Define Your Life – Design Your Home.” My design practice has evolved into a more modern way to design, resulting in a more personal experience. People ought to be able to live life to their fullest and enjoy their surroundings That is, after all, pure beauty.

Services Provided
Bedroom Design, Closet Design, Color Consulting, Custom Blinds & Shades, Custom Fireplace Mantels, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Custom Rugs, Custom Shelving, Custom Walk-in Closets, Decluttering, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Entry Design, Furniture Selection, Garage Storage, Holiday Decorating, Home Office Design, Home Staging, Interior Design, Kids Bedroom Design, Living Room Design, Playroom Design, Project Management, Space Planning

Areas Served
Ames Lake, Beacon Hill, Beaux Arts Village, Bellevue, Bothell, Brier, Carnation, Clyde Hill, Cottage Lake, Duvall, Eastgate, Echo Lake, Hobart, Hunts Point, Inglewood-Finn Hill, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kingsgate, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, Lynnwood, Maltby, Medina, Mercer Island, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Newcastle, North Beacon Hill, Preston, Rainier Valley, Redmond, Sammamish, Seattle, Shoreline, Tukwila, Union Hill-Novelty Hill, West Lake Sammamish, Woodinville, Yarrow Point

Certifications and Awards
please see my web site for a list of accomplishments.
Contact: Linda Petrin
Location: 11206 167th Ct. NE
Redmond, WA 98052
License Number: Allied Member ASID
Commented: Living room design tips IT would be a good idea to pull the sectional out from the bookcase. Perhaps you would like to consider a wood coffee table. this will add some texture variety, since the sectional is a lot of fabric....
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Commented: Desperately need advice for living/family room! (many pictures inside) The sectional idea is a good idea. However, shorten the sectional by one seat near the entry doorway. Get a square coffee table. Now put a swivel chair in the seating arrangement. IT will be close...
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Commented: Sand & Finish What lovely floors. Looks like a job well done. Love the ebony in the floor in the first photo
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Commented: Bye bye traditional! Hello modern kitchen | wall removal The before picture is so typical. This idea is beautiful and so doable in so many homes. Thanks for sharing
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Commented: Tv room major help needed!!! Pics included Your have some really good advice here. Just a few more comments. Don't add any more furniture with a solid presence (like those ottomans). You have enough of that. Can you remove some of the secti...
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Commented: Living Room Good question, but you need to ask yourself some questions first. do you want an eclectic mix of furniture or the same traditional look as the sofa? Also, how much room you have for chairs in the sp...
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LIFESTYLE DESIGN asked a question on a photo: Can you share rug info for this room featured in NW Living? lovely