Cornell Transitional Master Bath

This sophisticated master bath is the perfect combination of feminine and masculine! Located in Portland’s Cornell area, the 90’s home was in desperate need of our designer’s magic touch. Our clients longed for a functional and luxurious walk-in shower that would replace their large built-in tub and cramped fiberglass shower. After re-moving said nuances, modifying…

Sherwood Forest

After finishing this family-of-four’s kitchen, dining, and entry remodel in Sherwood, they had to convince their friends they didn’t expand! This is why we call our designer Gina the space expert. Focusing on spacious aisle ways and efficient traffic flows, Gina was able to optimize the space by removing the elongated island with an awkward…

Transitional Sherwood Kitchen

Ever wonder what the term “transitional” really means? You can’t browse Houzz pages without stumbling across transitional kitchens, bathrooms, and the like. But what is it exactly? Transitional designs are simply that–transitional! They combine fresh elements of the modern with the timelessness of the traditional. It’s a meet-in-the-middle kind of style, refraining from being too cold, like some contemporary…

Persimmon Golf Villa

When Instagram celebrity @reagandoodle came to us, he had dreams of a remodel akin to his floating home on the river. We got to work to create just what he was dreaming of: something with a cozy, coastal feel. Inspired by Reagan’s love for sandy beaches and blue ocean fronts, we knew the blue cabinets were a must. Combined…

Home Is Where The Hearty Is

  Inspired by their summer home in Oregon’s beautiful Sunriver, these clients wanted something rustic, hearty and stout–yet still grandkid friendly! Opening up the wall and getting rid of the awkward angled peninsula gave them the space needed for those lively family gatherings. Don’t worry about the new knotted hickory cabinets (reminiscent of the rusticness…

Alameda Allstar

Established in 1859, the Alameda neighborhood in Northeast Portland, Oregon is home to many historic cottages and craftsman style houses, just like this one. And in a neighborhood that takes pride in itself we wanted to design a new kitchen our clients could also take pride in. In order to accomplish this we took inspiration…

Tigard Treehouse

Originally built by our humble President himself and his father in 1976, this job holds special, sentimental value. The owners, who just so happen to also be Rod’s brother and sister-in-law, were quite attached to their Tigard home of 35 years with its quiet and secluded setting surround by trees, yet still just a few…