Hyde Evans Design worked with architect David Clinkston to collaborate on this vacation home in Suncadia, Washington. The home featured four bedrooms, a large great room and a fully outfitted guest suite with second kitchen, all done in a contemporary lodge style. Hyde Evans Design selected wide plank wood floors stained a dark warm brown, and handsome neutral wall colors throughout. They specified mid-black slate slab for the countertops for each bath and the kitchen. A solid piece of Douglas Fir became the raised counter on the kitchen island. The interior design firm had 12 x 12 pieces of the same mid-black slate cut into 2 x 12 tiles for a complementary backsplash. All cabinetry was painted off white to bring light and contrast to each space.
The furnishings selected are all in warm, neutral tones accented with pops of color. Each room was designed to be soothing and comfortable for the homeowner and their guests.
The Northwest Design Awards honored Hyde Evans Design with First Place in Kitchen Design for this home. The home was also featured in The Seattle Times.