At Julie Hawkins Design we believe spaces should be as beautiful as they are functional.

All projects shown completed while Interior Designer for Backen, Gillam, Kroeger Architects unless otherwise noted.

A Place to Gather.


Set atop a hill, this guesthouse is in harmony with its surrounding landscape. Large steel and glass doors open the interior space to blend interior and exterior living. It captures the elegant simplicity of St. Helena style with minimal decor and beautiful layers of detail at every turn.

Photo credit: John Merkl

[ Featured in San Francisco Cottages & Gardens, November/December 2016 ]


Welcome home.


In 2015, Julie, her husband Chris, and two young children relocated from San Francisco, CA to Eugene, OR to remodel a mid-century house that would be a new place to call "home". A constant work in progress, their home showcases Julie's unique style of bringing personalized, homey elements into a modern environment. What was once a dated, compartmentalized main floor, is now an open, airy space for living and entertaining.

This project was completed by Julie Hawkins independent of BGK Architects.

[ Featured in Eugene Magazine, Summer 2017 ]


Playful and refined. 


Minimal architecture acts as a backdrop to a bold art collection paired with playful, sculptural, and textural furnishings. The perfect mix of clean modern lines with layers of color, texture and pattern to create a fun vacation home.

This project was completed by Julie Hawkins independent of BGK Architects.


Detailed finishes are brought to life with lavish furnishings.


Richly detailed architectural spaces feature vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, textured wall finishes, fireplaces and dramatic lighting. These spaces exhibit a strong connection to furnished outdoor space while still forming welcoming and luxurious interiors with traditional furniture pieces.

Photo credit: Erhard Pfeiffer


A historical home gets a stylish update.


A beautiful home with an abundance of character has been renovated without losing any of its charm. Traditional furnishings and rich colors accent the home's original craftsmanship and detailing. A new bathroom features marble tile, a clawfoot tub, and classic fixtures that honors the home's heritage while providing more open space.

Photo credit: Adrian Gregorutti


Simple architecture is enlivened with striking and unique furnishings.


Straightforward architecture featuring large, vaulted ceilings are brought to life throughout the home with a collection of eclectic but harmonious furniture, art and accessories. The result is a clean but unique series of connected spaces in an open layout, perfect for this young family. 

Photo credit: Kim Hawkins


Bringing new life to an old barn.


Resurrection of a barn creates a backdrop for entertaining guests in the most serene setting.

Photo credits: Erhard Pfeiffer + Kim Hawkins


A warm and inviting place to get away. 


A variety of buildings nestled in natural surroundings welcome guests which feature interiors finished with inviting furnishings and custom lighting. The spaces are open with dramatic architectural elements.

Photo credit: Blinq Studio