Artist Celery Jones created the Visit Washington the Evergreen State mural and was inspired by billboard’s from the 1940’s. The painting’s color palette echoes the natural earth tones found throughout the master suite.
An original piece of playful art by resident artist Celery Jones depicts a massive bunny holding what looks like a hot air balloon. The black and white painting with a pop of fire engine red coordinates with the bedroom's defined color scheme.
A custom painted sign for Chinook Bait and Tackle from artist Celery Jones evokes a reclaimed storefront sign from nearby Gig Harbor. Industrial style pendant lights are inspired by lights you would find on a pier or dock adding a coastal feel to the space.
An eight foot by four foot Celery Jones original art installation dominates the back wall of this converted garage. Using tones of white cognac, mustard yellow and deep hunter green, the painting evokes a Midcentury Modern vibe and anchors the lounge area of the room.
A pair of smaller cube ottomans covered in a grid pattern fabric sit under a shell white curved-top console table just off the great room’s seating area. Large 48 x 48 custom art by artist Celery Jones hangs above and brings the scenic Texas landscape inside.
Large custom wall art with local flavor by artist Celery Jones sits over a leather bench that provides an easy way to change shoes or casually store a handbag or hat. “I love the look of those older homes on the flat lands of Texas,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “Celery captures that moment perfectly.”