Brian Paquette Interiors (hello!)

As someone who is constantly looking to put a little bit of myself into everything I do creatively, whether that be a clients living room or taking photos on a trip to the coast, I am always aware that my mark is not accidental. My mark as a creative is built up of all the experiences I've had, all the places I've seen, all the people I've met and I carry that with me everywhere I go. When I started Brian Paquette Interiors a little over six years ago, I wanted to challenge the normal aesthetic associated with an interiors firm, what we did, who our clients were and where our ideas came from. I have had the absolute blessing to work on very traditional home settings that echo my upbringing on the east coast to very minimal spaces that bring to mind a more modern, sparse or time worn look. The only thing that I have ever taken seriously in all of this is my clients needs and making sure that they are met. I am often asked what my look is...or what aesthetic I respond to. For a long time I had a hard time answering this until I realized the answer wasn't a look, but a feeling, sense memory. Walking into a space and feeling a connection on a deeper level than just surface comfort or visual pleasure. Seeing a shade of blue that reminded my what the beach looked like in early spring in Newport, a fabric on a sofa that looked like something my blazer in prep school would be made of, or just the lighting that brought me back to waking up in a yurt on the Oregon coast. Your home is where you recharge your batteries, share meals, watch your family grow and change. It is a house before it becomes a home. Let us help you get there.

Brian was born and raised in Newport, Rhode Island, schooled all over New England studying art history and painting before working under a number of interior designers in Newport and Portland, OR respectively. Our business is first person, and we look forward to keeping it that way. We am currently working on a number of residential projects throughout the Seattle area as well as projects on the Washington Coast, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, and Victoria, BC.