Street of Dreams Trillium Home

For those who dream of Joinery pieces furnishing every room of their home, one house on this year’s Street of Dreams will let their imaginations come alive.

We are thrilled to participate in the Street of Dreams once again, this year with acclaimed interior designer Garrison Hullinger on the Northwest-themed Trillium home. The home is furnished with more than 25 custom and catalog pieces from The Joinery. From the breakfast table to the bedroom suites, the butterfly bench to the barstools, you’ll recognize the unmistakable hand of our master craftsmen at work.

Two of the most stunning pieces are the Walnut Dining Table and Walnut Breakfast Nook Table. These pieces – both eight-foot long custom designs – are striking for their scale and beauty.

Street of Dreams Dining Room

Simple, expressive, and perfectly matched to its surroundings in the Trillium home, this eight-foot dining table is made from Eastern Walnut and showcases a 1.75–inch thick table top with book-matched end grain.

Street of Dreams Nook Table

Complementing the dining table is this eight-foot Walnut table installed in the breakfast nook and featuring the same substantial table top with book matched end grain.

Street of Dreams Nook Table

Street of Dreams Dining Table Top Detail

On the back patio of the Trillium home is this custom seven-foot long coffee table made from reclaimed fir beams: a focal point for outdoor gatherings that is at once rugged and beautifully refined.

Street of Dreams Reclaimed Fir Coffee Table

Street of Dreams Reclaimed Fir Beam Coffee Table

Whitman Bedroom Set

We also included the Whitman suite, exemplifying sophisticated design and modern feel, comprising a bed, nightstand and dresser in Eastern Walnut. And we rounded out the interior with several gorgeous pieces including a desk, bar stools, entry table, and butterfly bench, among others. Much like the design and scale of the Street of Dreams homes, words can only go so far, so we encourage you to drop by the Street of Dreams to see it all firsthand.


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