Whether commissioned to design a classically inspired estate overlooking the ocean or a sleek contemporary penthouse with panoramic urban views, Swanson-Ollis Interiors begins each project with an unwavering commitment that the end result will graciously reflect the lifestyles and intentions of its clients.  In this modern age of design better known for an established and branded style, Swanson-Ollis has learned the art and nuances of many separate styles of interior design and architecture, rejecting the common day practice of providing signature design elements which are repetitive from one project to another.  It has been noted in publications that “Swanson-Ollis Interiors approaches their client’s projects like a custom jeweler creating a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.  What ultimately manifests is always time-tested and never trendy.  They are a rare team whose projects routinely capture the essence and heart of their clients”.

The design duo of Hal Swanson and Dan Ollis are schooled and professionally trained interior designers. Fully complementing their creative design expertise, Hal Swanson earned a BS in Interior Architecture from the College of Architecture at Kansas State University. This combination of talents has proven to be an invaluable attribute, giving their clients the peace of mind that they can seamlessly and technically integrate with the architect and custom builder team on larger commissions or be the lead point of reference for all aspects of smaller undertakings.

Successful from the early stages of their careers, Swanson-Ollis is an award-winning and widely published firm.  The firm has been recognized among their peers on numerous occasions as Residential, Commercial and Hospitality designers of the year, while being published in such national and regional design magazines such as Veranda, Interiors, California Homes, Interior Design and Hospitality Design.  The firm has also recently released its first published book INTERIOR VIEWS and features its own collection of hand-crafted home furnishings.