Weber Thompson Interior Design was hired by restaurateurs Logan Cox and Sarah Knowles to help make their visions for Homer restaurant become a reality. Located in an old brick building in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, Homer was designed to be hip and playful, while still rooted in the past with colorful wainscotting, toile-like wallpaper, and marble details. 

Client Name

Logan Cox + Sarah Knowles


Seattle, WA


Interior Design

Program Overview

2,416 GSF
2,416 SF Retail

Project included design assistance, documentation and permitting, and construction administration


Exterior features a large painting by a local artist, Jake Millett

Completion Date



Bernadette Kelly
Interior Design Principal

PHOTOGRAPHY: Belathée Photography

Unconventional approach

The open style kitchen allows visitors to watch their food being prepared in the wood fire oven located behind the counter. A floating marble drink ledge in the foreground is the perfect compact place for those to stand and have a drink while waiting for their table.

Modern yet rooted 

The vintage inspired wallpaper looks traditional from a distance but is actually a lighthearted ostrich pattern upon closer inspection. Modern globe wall sconces complete the look.


The bar also features a soft serve walk up window where people can order cones and cocktails to enjoy outside.

Homer in the News

Homer Is Seattle Met’s 2019 Restaurant of the Year
Seattle Met
October 7, 2019

Beacon Hill’s Homer is a home run
Seattle Magazine
January 2019

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