Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design
















We've already seen (and unanimously loved) a kitchen designed by Garrison Hullinger, the talented interior designer out of Portland, Oregon. Here are more turquoise-infused photos that I'm drooling over from his extensive portfolio, taken by Blackstone Edge Studios. I love that Garrison prefers palettes inspired by the “amber waves of grain” landscapes of his Midwest childhood. (Yay for the Midwest!) But he definitely amps it up with fantastic color and texture too! I think my favorite room here is the first bedroom with the fabulous faux bois bedding. To see lots more where this came from, head right here! Oh and they also have a a really inspiring and informative blog too! Check it out!

Edit- The fabulous bedding in the top photo was custom designed by Garrison!


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24 comments:

ci said...

Wow wow wow!,, this house is amazing. The mix of colors is so unusual as well as the mix of modern,, traditional and everythin else. And the icing on the cake, the painting of 3 greyhounds in the kitchen. I'm in love.

Kelly Hallahan said...

i adore the warmth of these rooms. you frequently post cool rooms... white and turquoise, which are lovely but impractical for my season of life with small boys... but this is much more my style! love.love.love.

The Herlings said...

Love to see one of the bridges from Portland, OR in your last photo! Great room too!

Mattie | somethings.the.blog said...

I can't get over those lucite chairs! Paired with the punchy turquoise and rustic bar area. I'm in love, just beautiful!

Megan said...

Hey Erin- I have been a huge fan of Garrison Hullinger for quite awhile. And is it any wonder? They rock! I love how they use colour! They really are masters at it! Thanks as always for sharing.

Milynn luong said...

I am in love with the color scheme and Garrison Hullinger must be a genius. I especially love the two lion statues.


-Milynn
Love-And-Whimsy Blog

Anonymous said...

I am curious how they mounted those colorful glass bowls on the wall. Beautiful!

tinita said...

It so wonderful the art, the materials use, everything. But is more wonderful if you use a little bit of A-19 Lighting.

Thanks

Garrison Hullinger said...

Erin~thanks so much for all your wonderful love for our projects. And thanks for all the great comments! We have amazing clients that allow us to infuse our color into their lifestyle.

I'm fortunate to have such a talented design team...all five us seem to have our own interpretation of how we can spice up the rooms and it comes out wonderfully.

Glad you got to meet Nicole in NYC!
Garrison

tami curtis said...

i am not a fan of 'plates' or 'bowls' on the wall, but those beautiful blown glass bowls in that living room are unbelievably gorgeous!

John Batt - Designer Kitchens said...

Fascinating combinations of styles here - something very stately/regal in the little statues and general decor but it's still a design that's clearly of now - love it!

Nicole Copko said...

Erin,

Thanks again for sharing our work! What a great post!

I also love the faux bois bedding (custom designed by Garrison himself). Such a great statement piece.

Great meeting you in NYC!

Nicole Copko
http://garrisonhullinger.com/blog/

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Nicole, It was so great meeting you as well! Loved chatting with you (and going to Old Navy! Ha!)

I should have known that Garrison designed that bedding...it truly is incredible!!

Sophie said...

I love the style here! Especially the textured wall in the 3rd pic!

brianne said...

I also LO-OVE that turquoise faux bois bedding. If you find out where its sourced, let us know!!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Brianne,

That fabulous bedding was actually custom designed by Garrison Hullinger! I LOVE it so much!!

Interior said...

Fireplace and statues are great! Egyptian style..

Carpet in Ann Arbor said...

Turquoise is always a color that it going to pop against natural colors, but the use of different shades gives the pop while also looking organic to the design. Nice!

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nancy john said...

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Stacey Cook said...

Elegant! It's pretty much tough to manage so many stuffs in a tiny place but your recommended idea with the classic snaps is very helpful to manage it nicely. Thanks for the idea of cool decoration.
interior design

Blackstone Edge Studios said...

How exciting to be included in your blog and to read the enthusiastic response to GHID's work. We've been honored to have been one of the sparks to Garrison Hullinger's flame. We recognized his talent early on, and have been photographing and promoting his work every since. Great to see the recognition here. Blackstone Edge Studios.

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Hans said...

I adore the tiffany blue walls in the kitchen and those arm chairs by the window are fabulous too. Great job Garrison.

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