TANNA BY DESIGN
Tanna Barnecut, proprietor TANNA BY DESIGN, is a well respected business person and creation artist. Tanna has been specializing in residential and commercial remodels and new construction design. Her notable skill in conceptual design has earned her a reputation in Eastern and Western Washington and her work was recently awarded during the Central Washington Home Builders TOUR OF HOMES. Tanna was the Interior Design Society's National Conference 2012 DESIGNER OF THE YEAR and most recently was voted #1, 2013 BEST of the NORTHWEST Interior Designer. Currently, as the Interior Design contributor, you can see Tanna's articles and photography in the Snohomish County Magazine, NorthSound Life Magazine and Bellingham Alive Magazine.
Born in Montana and raised in Yakima, Tanna has always had an affinity for elements of structural design and aesthetics. She is not defined by one certain look and is known for her impeccable attention to details. Tanna enjoys a style that is characterized by simplicity and natural shapes, often emphasized by ample windows, an open floor plan and the idea of bringing the outdoors in.
Tanna graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor's degree in Business/Marketing with plans to promote her own business, as an entrepreneur and visionary.
Tanna began her career by remodeling a modest three bedroom rambler. Once the project was completed, and Tanna's talents were unveiled, she quickly rose to prominence as an up and coming designer and consultant.
Tanna's passion for interior design is reflected in the beautiful surroundings that she creates. Her commitment to 'green building' and 'green design' is evident through her involvement as a team member on many LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and Built Green projects.
An ability to collaborate with architects, contractors, and her clients has earned Tanna a well deserved reputation as a true professional.... see more
Mod Redux - Tanna By Design
Space Planning & Design I began by redesigning the floor plan, giving the space a functional face-lift and a purposeful flow. The two, cramped and aloof bedrooms upstairs became a beautiful master suite with walk-through his & her closets and a master bath complete with soaking tub, separate vanities, rain shower and private water closet. This called for a revamp of the main full bath, which is now a lovely powder room accessible to the entire living space. A wall separating the kitchen and backdoor was removed to allow for a galley workspace with an open concept. Suddenly, the dining area came alive with an invitation to gather, when before was a tight hole to avoid and the newly appointed island and bar extended the available seating. The last improvement on the first floor was eliminating the walls around the stairwell and replacing with a chic metal and cable railing. This enhancement said hello to an open floor plan allowing visual integrity from all four corners.