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Hyde Evans Design

Regions Served

  • Pacific Northwest

Hyde Evans Design is an interior architecture and design firm with offices in Seattle and Palm Springs.  They specialize in residential and commercial design, with experience on many scales, ranging from new construction projects to fully designed remodels to redecoration of existing spaces. Having collaborated extensively with architecture firms in the area and clients across the globe, Hyde Evans Design is comprised of an experienced team that carries projects from concept to realization, including space planning, interior design, project management and purchasing. The firm’s award-winning designs have been consistently featured in both national and regional publications, attesting to the timeless quality and style that is the cornerstone of the firm’s success.




  • Barbara Hyde Evans


  • 2323, 12th Avenue E
    Seattle, WA 98102
    T.(206) 323-8441   
    F.(206) 323-8400

Featured Projects

Masterful Medina`

To keep a busy family happy, this living room needed to have it all. Not only a comfortable space to watch television, but a place for family game nights, impromptu piano recitals, and a reading nook for lazy Sunday mornings. But most importantly, it needs to have style. A lot of it.

Photos: Anna Spencer

Madrona Walnut Kitchen and Baths

Black, white and walnut was the palate for this Seattle-area home on a hill. Melding the two clients’ styles (she likes transitional, he more mid-century) was the key to creating a space that is both warm and sleek. Custom walnut and black painted cabinetry in the kitchen are combined with satin brass plumbing and accents. A wall covered in penny round tiles offers a bit of whimsy to an otherwise serious kitchen. The color scheme was carried into the bathrooms this time paired with polished chrome fittings and hardware.

Photos: William Wright

Coverage on Remodelista & Gardenista