Home Tour: A Sophisticated Modern Rental on Mercer Island

Julia Millay Walsh

People often choose white paint for its versatility, timeliness, and ability to make a space seem a bit airier and loftier. But for Seattle-based interior designer Brian Paquette, the recent choice to go white in a client’s home on Mercer Island, a suburb across the water from Seattle, was something unexpected: It was camouflage. Dealing with a very ’90s home “with a bunch of curves and yellow oak in the trim,” he decided to clean up the space with white paint and “draw the attention to furnishings and away from architecture.”

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