Designer Spotlight | Jeff Pelletier from Board & Vellum

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Board & Vellum has expertise and experience in residential, retail and commercial spaces. The talented team does not commit to playing the safe card of one-size-fits-all design, and artfully introduces different styles depending on their diverse clients’ tastes and goals.

The website states “Your project (no matter how big or small) should be a lot of fun (no, really. Life is too short to make this a miserable process to endure), immensely rewarding, and meet your budget and expectations.” This philosophy is not just apparent in the website and team photo (see below) – but also living proof in their work.

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After such extensive work in the architecture realm, it is a huge honor that the Founder Jeff Pelletier chooses Caesarstone’s honed Pebble not once – not twice – but three times in his distinguished Seattle home. This home has gained much popularity for it’s colorful design, stunning layout and creative basement.

@CaesarstoneUS #DesignerSpotlight #Board&Vellum #Quartz #Fireplace #Kitchen(Photo by John G. Wilbanks Photography)

This Seattle “Box” home was built in 1902 and had formerly been used as a boarding house. As you can imagine, took quite an extensive remodel to bring it to the up-to-date beauty that Pelletier calls home in today.

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This family room off the kitchen features a large fireplace as the focal point, framed with custom built-ins and a modern hearth made of Pebble.

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Again Pebble makes an appearance as the countertop in this large, light-filled kitchen. The storage, library ladder and clever use of lighting creates a grand vision with dimensional appeal.

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@CaesarstoneUS #DesignerSpotlight #Board&Vellum #Quartz #Fireplace #Kitchen(Photo by John G. Wilbanks Photography)

In saving the most unique part of this house for last, we move on to the basement. The extensive, fully-stocked Pebble-topped bar would be enough to invoke envy in most - but turn your head just a bit to spot the wall of boxes which would make most architects and/or children insanely jealous. There lies a collection for over 250k Lego pieces, neatly organized in over 180 drawers by color and size. Now that’s creative!

Playing with Legos not your particular cup of tea? Not to worry – a screen descends from the ceiling, turning the area into a media room!

See more of this amazing basement here.

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