Salvaged wood from Portland is what these amazing grain-matched kitchen cabinets are made from. The Chroma quartz counters are 3cm, and stand up to high traffic while still looking wonderful.
Lumicor recycled resin panels and a fun and funky green cabinet paint change this kitchen from bland to unique with minimal costs.
This bathroom is a great combination of traditional and modern. The neutral color scheme with burnt red accents is playful and inviting. The bathroom was very small (35/sf) and we were able to give it an open feeling with the custom vanity and still provide plenty of storage with the built-ins.
This Portland condo was once dark, very beige, and last updated in the 80's. The client was downsizing from a family home, and wanted the space to be bright, artistic, and modern. We changed the floor plan, put in a new wood floor, fireplace, cabinets, and paint, that all align with the bold look the owners desired.
Our client is a mid century modern lover! She wanted to replicate her old cabinets to give more storage and counter space to her house. We matched the wood, finish, and hardware for a new dining room credenza that blends with the original cabinetry.
A built in bar acts as a transition point for grabbing a drink before heading outdoors to the built in concrete fireplace. The barn doors are made by printing images onto natural wool using sepia tones, and then framing them with painted wood.
Using light as another texture allows the room to change and adds dynamic patterns to the walls. This playful feature transforms the walls into ever changing art pieces.
The cedar siding adds a warm contrast to the ceraclad recycled content cement based siding. The decking is made from FSC certified cumaru decking installed with hidden fasteners.
The pattern this glass pendant shines on the walls and ceiling adds dynamic and ever changing features to the den.
Honed granite counters, with glass mosaic back splash add a playful, artistic and unique touch to the modern kitchen.
One of our favorite ways to work is in the designing of signature pieces. The end results are installations that make your home unique. This wall was built using scrap pieces of lumber. The idea was to bring texture to the room while adding a backdrop for the Rais wood burning stove.
We wanted the entrance of the house to feel suspenseful and exciting. The door to this home is a custom-built 6' pivot door that frames in Mt. Hood. The wood wall starts in the outside, and was brought inside to connect both of the spaces and draw the visitor into the house.
Our primary intention with was to capture both Western and Southern views and design a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces ranging from public to intimate, covered and open. Interior Design and Build by Encircle Design and Build : Architecture by MOSI Architects
Two vessel sinks with counter mounted faucets set the tone for the master bath. The vanity is made from clear vertical grain fir, which brings a warm and modern, esthetic to the bathroom.
The objective was to make an out door table that felt contemporary with the abundant off cuts of framing lumber. These fir tables work wonderful outside as well as in the bedroom or living room.
A beautiful AKDO backsplash ties the counters and cabinets and adds lots of style to the kitchen.
The wood wall brings a natural design element to the living room. We used an off cut from a glue lam beam to make an entry bench that relates to the beams above head.
This curb free, walk in shower, was outfitted in Hansgrohe fixtures and these amazing white tiles that have the most unique texture. Its gives the bathroom an amazing, artistic feel.