Set high in the hills of Forest Heights, our clients wanted a kitchen as good as their view of Portland. This sleek design was inspired by our clients’ taste for the contemporary, integrating flat panel, custom-stained sapele cabinets with metal and frosted glass, lift-open uppers– and pantry door to match!
Maxed out in Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances means for both a stylish and high-functioning kitchen. Speaking of function, the unique U-shape design provides for easy traffic flows, always one of our designer’s top concerns.
It wouldn’t be called contemporary if there wasn’t at least an open shelf or two. In this adjacent living room the concrete-looking tile fireplace, flanked by long open shelves, blend cohesively with the kitchen. The stone fireballs provide that element of geometry modern design so often loves. Top the room off with a cow hide rug and you’re good to go.