ScopeInterior Remodel, Custom Furnishings & Accessorizing
CreditsYear Built: 1921
FeaturesThis classic remodel in Portland’s Laurelhurst neighborhood, is full of exciting period detail and luster. A unique design with custom freestanding mirrors in front of the windows thoughtfully allowed this previously small space to overcome its dark and inefficient layout. The matte grays and silver finishes are a refreshing change of pace for this space. Charming geometric tile details enhance the style of the home, allowing the room to age gracefully with our clients. +
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Our client’s lived abroad in the United Kingdom together and brought back a good dose of
English style sensibility. This hand knotted rug was purchased by their father while in the
service in the middle east – and now takes center stage in the families front living room.
Traditionally we use design concepts boards for our clients to illustrate how the furnishings and finishes work together for the finished look.
The previous bathroom only offered room for a single pedestal sink, a toilet and a shower less
than 3’ square. By borrowing space from a guest bedroom and boldly placing the vanity in front
of the homes existing second story windows, we were able to more than double the size of the
bathroom and shower, add two sinks, and ample storage.
The natural light from the southeast facing windows provide ethereal light morning until night.
We enhanced the mood with whites, blues and grays. We also featured period details in the
master bathroom using glass pulls, subway and hexagon tiles and liners. We opted for some
modern features including a contrasting charcoal grout, quartz countertops, glass orb pendants,
undermount sinks, and a frameless glass.
Our contraction work includes to scale elevations not only for our client’s to envision their finished space, but also for the trades like tile setters, electricians, finish carpenters and cabinetry manufacturers.
Our clients have a busy household and lifestyle and wanted an organized closet. The new closet
provides storage for everything from shoes to jewelry. It helps our clients stay organized and
efficient in their morning routine. We realized we did a commendable job when upon
subsequent visits to the client’s closet more than a year later revealed a tidy space.