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Thursday, March 26, 2015

20150129 OregonHome 611Oregonians are pioneers. And our state's eclectic architectural style reflects an adventurous spirit, with everything from majestic Victorians to Craftsman Foursquares gracing our cities.

 

We Went Shopping Salvage Style

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

shopping2We often don’t know what our homes lack until we’ve serendipitously stumbled on that one special item. With this in mind, we’ve spent days exploring a few of Oregon’s finest design stores, and we’ve discovered some truly remarkable salvaged, reclaimed and repurposed items that will give a much-needed dose of character to any room. Here, we show off a few of our favorites.

 

The Rogue Creamery Guesthouse

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

rogue4Tucked against a hillside in the Rogue Valley, a unique guesthouse inspires the kind of tranquil activities you might expect from a rural getaway — watching a deer bound over a nearby ridge, observing the sunset on vineyards from an outdoor hot tub, picking wild blackberries or listening to cows bay.

 

A Kitchen Built for Entertaining

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

mtdkaren2The kitchen is the hub of a home. It's where our mornings begin and our workdays end. It's where we cook, eat and spend time with our families over dinner. But a kitchen is much more than just a place to prepare a meal; it's the social pulse of a household.

 

Little Kitchen, Lots of Charm

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

arciform1Donna knew she needed more storage, more electric plugs and more light. But she also wanted the kitchen to feel like it belonged.

 

As Time Goes By

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

kraft1A decade after an architecturally sensitive renovation, this classic cottage still retains its charm.

 

Luxury vs. Sustainability

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

creekside1Andrew Burton knows a thing or two about building smarter homes. He started his first company when he was just 19 and founded design-build firm Creekside Homes in 2003. Since then, he and his team have built some truly incredible custom homes in the greater Portland area.

 

A Vision Fulfilled

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

huber1An architect’s stunning design blurs indoor and outdoor space, but poses many challenges for the artful builder.

 

Transforming an Energy Eater Into an Energy Gem

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

woodshome1When it comes to energy efficiency, it’s the attention to detail that separates the pale green from the emerald green projects. Marc Hoffman was looking for an emerald green solution. That’s why he wanted Ed Hesse and his firm, Mac-Bo, on the project when he went in search of his dream home.

 

Twin Kitchens

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

twins1This scenario might as well be the plot for a kitchen-themed Hollywood comedy: Twin sisters Jackie and Kathie have the same design-build firm remodel their kitchens, but — as much as they like to emphasize their individuality — they each make many of the same design choices in the process.

 

A Bungalow Opens to New Possibilities

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

craftsman1At first glance, some smaller homes seem too cramped for comfort, but with creative collaboration, they can gain a sense of spaciousness and ease. Such was the case with the 1,500-square foot bungalow owned by Scott and Tracey McCulloch.

 
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