Beverly Bradshaw Interiors provides the professional design services on per project basis. Each project is evaluated to determine the full scope of the design work, followed by a proposal for the design fees, either hourly or fixed fee. Bev specializes in all aspects of residential interior design, from remodeling and new construction and to specifying furniture and window treatments. Bev’s ultimate goal is to help to create spaces that reflects both the client’s personalities and lifestyles.
Client’s desires are translated into the best possible design for their individual requirements and budget. The importance of balance and harmony, rather than a reliance on the latest trends is crucial to her work, so that her projects are timeless, elegant and classic.
Beverly combines an artist’s understanding of color and materials with a designer’s skill by using her creativity, imagination and expertise. Bev is described as sophisticated, down to earth and easy to work with among clients and design professionals alike. She has the expertise to create a wide variety of interior environments from traditional to contemporary. The end result for her clients are rich interiors defined by sophisticated color palettes, refined materials and attention to details that tailor these interiors to suit her clients’ desires.
Beverly has won numerous awards in the National Kitchen & Bath Association Awards in 2014 and 2015 for the Puget Sound Chapter.
Beverly has been published numerous publications in the following magazines: Ocean Home “Our Top Interior Designers of 2016”; 425 Magazine Kitchen & Bath Awards 2014, 2015, and 2016; Westsound Home & Garden “Hung Up on Closets”; Northwest Mom Magazine in 2015 “Beautiful Bedrooms”; and for an article in Portrait Magazine for a large kitchen remodel in 2014; in Seattle Homes & Lifestyle magazine for a kitchen remodel featured in the International Kitchen Seattle Tour. Beverly is a member of NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association). See Press page.
“If you wisely invest in beauty it will remain with you all your life.”
Frank Lloyd Wright