Patrick Schmitt, designer Inc.
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Patrick Schmitt, designer Inc. is a residential design firm formerly located in Portland, Oregon and recently relocated to the Salt Lake Valley area of Utah. Specializing in the design of new single-family homes, remodels and additions, we partner with our trade allies to be able to take your project from initial concept to a completed project. Patrick Schmitt, designer Inc. provides custom home, remodel and addition design work to a wide array of clientele throughout Oregon, Washington, California, Utah and beyond.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Floor Plans, Home Additions, Home Extensions, House Plans, Kitchen Design, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Universal Design, Construction Drawings

Areas Served
Alpine, American Fork, Bluffdale, Cedar Hills, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, Eagle Mountain, Granite, Herriman, Highland, Lehi, Little Cottonwood Creek Valley, Midvale, Oquirrh, Riverton, SLC, Salt Lake City, Sandy, Sandy City, South Jordan, West Jordan, White City, Bingham Canyon, Copperton, Aloha, Beaverton, Bethany, Cedar Mill, Garden Home-Whitford, Hazel Dell, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Oak Hills, Portland, Raleigh Hills, Rockcreek, Tigard, Vancouver, West Haven-Sylvan, West Slope, Park City, Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Washington
SLC's Award-Winning Custom Residential Design and Consulting Firm

Contact: Patrick Schmitt
Location: 2063 E Autumn Fields Ln
Draper, UT 84020
Typical Job Costs: $25,000 - 3 million
Varies by project. We work on a wide range of projects from home additions/remodels to large custom homes. Please feel free to contact us for an estimate.
Commented: Can you please tell me the color of stain used on the floors? Alison, this project was done a few years back so I am not sure of the specifics on this one. However, I believe this may have been an oak floor with a dark walnut stain. If you check with a local har...
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Commented: Mantel I believe this mantle was made out of knotty alder and then stained using a dark stain color.
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Commented: what is this flooring color I believe it was a dark walnut that was used.
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Commented: how to recreate the hearth I’m not 100% sure of the stone color but I believe it is a mix as follows (this would be cultured stone by Boral): 90% Bucks County Country Ledgestone CVS-368183 10% White Oak Country Ledgestone CVS-2...
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Commented: Wall paint brand/color Unfortunately, this project is a couple of years old now and I don't have access to that info.
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Commented: Love the design! Could you please share the wall paint color? Sorry, unfortunately, that is an older project and I am not sure of the exact paint color.
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Patrick Schmitt, designer Inc. answered a question: how to recreate the hearth