After moving into a spacious five-bedroom house, Christy Greagor and her husband, Steve, found themselves in a bigger bedroom that they had difficulty filling. “Definitely a larger bed, now that we have the space” was near the top of their dream-bedroom list, and Christy found it important that the space be “a quiet and calm place” where she could retreat when “It’s Mom’s time out.”
When the Jetton family decided to undertake a series of remodels that would better accommodate their closeknit family and increase the beauty and workability of their 1950s ranch home in Portland Heights, they chose to collaborate with Garrison Hullinger Interior Design, a firm renowned for innovative, purposeful spaces, both commercial and residential.
When Robert and Heather Wood started Mountainwood Homes, a residential design/build firm, in 2008, their goal was an ambitious one: to establish client relationships that endured.
Interior designer Max Humphrey has spent the last 10 years designing homes all around the country. Originally based in Los Angeles, Humphrey relocated to Portland this year. With his focus on creating interesting and unpretentious spaces that reflect the people that live and work in them, we asked Humphrey how he helps client with hanging, placing and choosing art in their homes.
If you’re looking to “recycle” an energy-inefficient home into a net zero residence, it’s hard to go wrong with a midcentury modern.
When Portland architect Andrew Montgomery of Terraforma, a Portland-based architectural firm, first saw the highly dilapidated home that Oliver Properties had commissioned his firm to remodel, he saw beyond the leaking single-pane aluminum windows and rotted walls. He could tell this was the work of a skilled architect.