Skip to main content


We all search the world with an insatiable hunger for beauty.
Driven by wanderlust, we board flights and trains to new places hoping for a life-changing experience.
We stumble up peaks and walk uneven trails starving for a view that will inspire us.


We wondered: what if the beauty we’re looking for can be
found within the walls of our own home?

We believe it can be, which is why we created White Label

We’ve been on this adventure for a while now.

And like every great adventure, there is a story to be told.

This is ours.


Although we’ve blossomed as a creative interior design
studio, our roots extend into construction and architecture
as much as they do in the arts and crafts of interior design.

In the 20-year journey that led to White Label, there’s a rich
history of working alongside some of the best architects,
builders and craftspeople to create magazine-esque
spaces across the US.

High-rises in San-Francisco.

Coastal dwellings on the shores of Maine.

Naturally-inspired homes in the Rockies.

Modern layouts across the Pacific Northwest.

Each more beautiful than the one before.

But something was missing.


Project after project, it became clear that the interior
design industry lacked two crucial pieces. And until
someone addressed them, they would forever stand in the
way of creating something truly unexpected and unique.

The first was a collaborative process that clients
actually enjoy.

And the second was creating a space that is completely
unique to them.

People were getting frustrated and overwhelmed by the
process. And the results were cookie-cutter homes that
were not special to them at all.



We create spaces unique to those that live in them.

That begins with a phone call where we learn about what
excites you, what doesn’t, and answer all your questions.



Pen hits paper.

We sketch out every detail for you to envision your future
design and put clarity to your dreams. No creative stone
goes unturned.



Your vision comes to life.

Every expectation you have is exceeded, and your house
becomes a refined home that reflects your way of life.


about our team - White label interiors


Where are you from?
Born and raised in West Des Moines, Iowa. Washington is my home now by way of Gunnison & Crested Butte, Colorado and Bangor, Maine.

What did you study in college and what is your degree titled?
I have a Bachelors of Applied Arts in Interior Design from Bellevue College. My first degree was Outdoor Education at Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado and also Drafting & Construction Management.

What’s your favorite color?

Beer, Wine, or Cocktail?
Wine – specifically champagne!

Where do you vacation?
Idaho & Montana domestically – and of course all of Washington. Because we have mountains here I seek beaches and lots of vitamin D for vacations, so Mexico & Italy.

What’s your personal interior design aesthetic?
Tomboy luxe. Natural and comfortable and rugged – but some shiny details and fine craftsmanship to balance it all out.

What makes you a Luxury Outlaw?
I love my outdoors-focused lifestyle and I also really love the finer things in life. I’m a skier and a golfer – those sports are pretty synonymous with luxury living that revolves around communities of people who like to work hard and play hard. It’s a tribe with a vibe.

Where would your vacation house be in the PNW?
Tumble Creek is my go-to local spot but I do really love so many places that are a short drive or flight away: Sun Valley is a gem of a place and so is Jackson Hole – they really set the bar on the Luxury Outlaw life.

Robby Kearney, Interior Designer


Where are you from?
All over (military kid). Born in UK, childhood in Ohio, adulthood in Los Angeles, CA.

What did you study in college and what is your degree titled?
Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and Advertising from Chapman University;
Associates in Construction Management from Ashworth College
Certification in Interior Design and Architecture from UCLA.

What’s your favorite color?

Beer, Wine, or Cocktail?

Where do you vacation?
Anywhere with a cultural submersion. If I don’t speak the language — even better!

What’s your personal interior design aesthetic?
Minimal, tone on tone, with texture and DRAMA.

What makes you a Luxury Outlaw?
I’m comfortable dressing up and dressing down. Quality drives my lifestyle choices, in apparel and experiences. Something bold, something new, something different, something controversial. Polarizing yet refined.

Where would your vacation house be in the PNW?
San Juan Islands.

Cortney Moore, Office Manager


Where are you from?
WA native – grew up in Port Orchard.

What did you study in college and what is your degree titled?
I have a Bachelors of Arts degree in Fashion Merchandising from Seattle Pacific University and am currently enrolled in Bellevue College working on my Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design.

What’s your favorite color?
Rust/terracotta (earth tones).

Beer, Wine, or Cocktail?

Where do you vacation?
Anywhere I can! My go-to is a tropical beach – Sayulita, Cancun, Mexico, Hawaii, etc. Planning a Europe trip soon. I also love to go camping/hiking in the Olympic Peninsula.

What’s your personal interior design aesthetic?
I like to feel connected to nature, so natural materials (natural wood, concrete, floor-to-ceiling windows, cozy nooks, lots of natural light, and all the plants I can get). Mix of modern/midcentury/clean lines/slight boho vibe.

What makes you a Luxury Outlaw?
I like to break the rules when it comes to fashion and design. I do what makes me feel comfortable, confident, and happy. I like to mix and match prints and decorate with vintage pieces that I find from local artists and vintage shops. I love to dress up but also spend the weekend and trips outside in the garden or camping in nature with no one else around. My home is my sanctuary.

Where would your vacation house be in the PNW?
Somewhere river or oceanfront and tucked away in the trees so that all I can hear is the water and watch the wildlife.