Interior Designs index
please select one of the 3 choices below (Mountain Home Interiors, Luxury Home Design, or Custom Furniture) and move onto the text until your mouse changes to a pointer, then click to be taken to that page:
Interiors 1, Mountain Home Interiors
Luxury Home Design, Interiors 2
Custom Furniture – Interiors 3
Below is a summary of our interior design service offerings:
Interior designs can mean quite a lot of different things to different people. In this particular context, we are talking about residential interior designs. Even more specifically, mountain home interior designs, luxury residential interiors, and custom furniture for houses.
We think you may enjoy the furniture, as that is something that touches all of us as we sit, write, draw, compute, dine, play games and store clothing or dishes and prized possession on display. Rand Soellner Architect creates custom furniture for all of these purposes. Not many people ever think about having custom furniture. You are worth it. Enjoy. Hire an architect to create interior designs especially for you. Not all architects design furniture. Rand Soellner does. Check out some of his examples in the custom furniture section of this website and see what you think. He has a special spin on furniture: mountain furniture with an elegant flavor.
One of interior consultant Merry Soellner’s custom stained glass, personally made by her for Soellner project interior designs.
Mountain home interior designs.
Mountain home interior designs are another aspect of Soellner’s practice and some clients hire him and his interior consultant, Merry Soellner, to design their kitchens or bathrooms, some of them renovations. Soellner creates unique mountain home interior designs for a discerning clientele. This website’s photos speak for themselves. We hope you like what you see. Publishers of various books and magazines seem to enjoy them, as Soellner’s mountain home interior designs grace the pages of various periodicals and full-color volumes around the world.
Luxury home design interiors has some similarities with mountain home interior designs, but not as robust. Merry Soellner calls it “the rustic volume knob,” which she reports she and Rand can turn up or down, depending on clients’ tastes. Some clients prefer gnarly rustic rough post and beams, siding and finishes. Others enjoy smoother finishes and surfaces so that they are easier to clean. Whatever your tastes, Soellners interior design will be created to suit your preferences.