A Seattle Designer’s New Retail Shop Is The Perfect Post-Brunch Stop


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Beginning simply as the studio for Jason Dallas Design, this Seattle space (1916 E. Mercer St.) grew as the interior designer expanded his footprint with another showroom for his latest venture, Supplied Design. Now the neighborhood’s bustling brunch crowd can shop at the storefront on weekends, and workshop-goers can attend cooking lessons—art and home improvement classes are coming soon—in the evenings. Dallas brings Luxe up to speed.

Describe the Jason Dallas Design aesthetic.

The firm isn’t married to one aesthetic. Each project is truly unique to the individual client, tailored to their needs and desires. The storefront, however, evolves constantly—much like my taste. Today it leans into rugged sophistication, incorporating worldly, organic elements with modern lines and dramatic ambience.

What can shoppers find at your retail store?

An assemblage of custom furnishings, unusual home goods, kitchen wares, curated art, handmade pottery and glassware, lighting, and our exclusive line of Italian cabinetry, Supplied Design.

Tell us about Supplied Design.

I craved fully custom, high-quality, well-made kitchen cabinets, but we struggled to find them in our market. I crossed paths with an incredible Italian kitchen manufacturer and we partnered to bring exactly that to the Pacific Northwest. At our showroom, you can see and touch a fully outfitted kitchen, wardrobe and bathroom in addition to reviewing hundreds of material and finish samples to inform your home’s design.

What happens in the evenings?

Our monthly pioneer class is a small group cooking lesson, led by a local chef, featuring four-course meals for parties of up to six people. The intimate environment provides the perfect opportunity to gather around a dining table with a glass of wine and enjoy the space and each other’s company while learning something new and enriching.