Woodlands Reserve brings it all together

There are certainly many places that can take your breath away here in the Pacific Northwest, but how many can do it with this much style? Woodlands Reserve is a new neighborhood from Tri Pointe Homes opening in Kirkland this fall. With 31 thoughtfully designed premium homes, the Reserve is everything you would expect from one of the leading homebuilders in the U.S. These beautiful homes truly reflect the life and style of the Pacific Northwest, offering spacious plans with flexible design options that will appeal to growing families and professionals alike. Now what you might not expect is the influence of one of the most famous and creative design minds on the planet. 

Designer and Host of ‘Queer Eye,’ Bobby Berk

Yass, Woodlands Reserve features two model homes conceived, staged and finished by THE Bobby Berk. His two design schemes displayed in the model homes, “Mid Century Modern” and “Serene Scandinavian”, helped inspire move-in ready designs and will be available on select homesites.

In addition, Tri Pointe Homes created two more complementary design schemes, the “Upscale Farmhouse” and “Zen Modern,” providing  one of the most well-rounded and forward-thinking interior design schemes in the area. Woodlands Reserve offers homes ready for move-in as soon as October, so future homeowners have the ability to enjoy their new construction homes quicker than many other available offerings.

Furthering the look, there are four brand-new kitchen designs to be offered at Woodlands Reserve, all curated from the Tri Pointe Homes Design Studio in Bellevue: 

  • Mid Century Modern (featured in Bobby Berk designed model home) – Tailored, high contrast neutrals with warm walnuts, saddle and black leathers, vibrant brass and graphic patterns, and natural textures create inviting, contemporary sophistication.
  • Serene Scandinavian (featured in Bobby Berk designed model home) – Tranquil, airy design scheme featuring crisp whites, cool greys, and eucalyptus green paired with warm, light-toned oak and tan leathers to create soft visual interest against classic Scandinavian silhouettes and lighting.
  • Upscale Farmhouse – Clean lines and neutral whites join with pearl marbling, polished oak details, and stark black matte finishes to create an elevated breath of countryside-fresh air.
  • Zen Modern – Placid neutrals, layered natural textures, and subtle gold details complement the muted black finishes and create calming yet dimensional style and sophistication.

Now let’s talk surroundings. Kirkland and the Juanita neighborhood are well known for their pubs, restaurants and coffee shops. Something to keep in mind when you’re wrapping up a couple of miles on the trails at nearby Saint Edward State Park.  Kirkland is considered a cyclist’s paradise, with numerous bike trails and parks to explore. For example, you can bike to Juanita Bay Park in the morning and follow that up with an afternoon beer chaser at neighborhood hotspot Chainline Brewing. And if you need to hit the links at a moment’s notice, Newcastle Golf Course is quite literally a short drive away.

After all is said and designed, we invite you to come and experience Woodlands Reserve and all the wonderful things that happen when Bobby Berk gets to fill a 2,500-square-foot canvas. Be among the first to see the Mid Century Modern and Serene Scandinavian model homes in person, and take in the natural beauty and Pacific Northwest style that is Woodlands Reserve.

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