Seattle Interior Designer Dorian Muncey is a Pacific Northwest native whose inspiring interior design work has been featured across the country in New York, Pennsylvania, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Aspen, Sun Valley and Hawaii. While many designers develop a particular signature style in the hopes of attracting clients, Dorian prefers a collaborative approach, in which each client's individual personality, taste, and functional requirements are used to create unique living environments.
Dorian's services cover all types of residential and commercial architectural planning including:
- Real Estate Photography
- Drafting services: computer aided design (CAD) for
"asbuilts" and "permit sets"
- Custom home design, remodels, and additions
- Retail, hospitality, dental and medical office design
- Color and material consultation and selection
- Space planning, decoration and custom furniture design
- Lighting consultation and design
- Full service kitchen and bath design
- Home purchasing consultation
Muncey began his interior design career with renown Northwest interior designer Marjorie Siegel. Dorian spent seven wonderful years as Marjorie's apprentice and although she has passed away, continues to influence Dorian's work and life.
Muncey received his undergraduate degree in Interior Design from the Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. In addition to his interior design degree, Dorian minored in Performance Design and taught residential design at the college for three years.
Muncey went on to receive his Master's degree in Interior Design from Seattle's University of Washington. Dorian's interest in lighting and performance is evident in his chosen thesis: "Introducing Performance Lighting Into Residential Application". His extraordinary ability to use illumination as a powerful design element is reflected in his projects on the portfolio page.
Dorian Muncey's interior design talent has been the focus of several articles featured in the Northwest Living section of the Seattle Times. (To view Dorian's articles, please enter "
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Articles from Seattle Times, Northwest Living:
"Hood Canal Is Cabin Friendly
- A Designer Uses Tricks To Capture A Roomy Feeling"
- There's Nothing Predictable Here; Even The Furniture Doesn't Match"
- Gutting The Interior Leads To Wide Open Spaces"