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Salvaged Wood Renovation in Portland

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Custom woodwork and an open interior define a 520-square-foot backyard retreat for a busy family.
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  Strips of white-oak flooring line the interior of the studio, created by designer Jeff Vincent and PATH Architecture. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer pendant is from Modernica; the kitchen cabinets and appliances are by Jenn-Air. All accessories are from Canoe and Relish.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    Strips of white-oak flooring line the interior of the studio, created by designer Jeff Vincent and PATH Architecture. The George Nelson Bubble Lamp Saucer pendant is from Modernica; the kitchen cabinets and appliances are by Jenn-Air. All accessories are from Canoe and Relish.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  PATH partnered with local woodworkers Benjamin Klebba, of Phloem Studio, and Bren Reis, of Earthbound Industries, to build furniture and cabinetry into the walls.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    PATH partnered with local woodworkers Benjamin Klebba, of Phloem Studio, and Bren Reis, of Earthbound Industries, to build furniture and cabinetry into the walls.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  The main built-ins—a sofa bed, table and chairs, and plenty of storage—run the length of the space and are tucked snugly beneath the ceiling. The green Tube Top 14 lamp by Pablo Pardo is from Relish Design.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    The main built-ins—a sofa bed, table and chairs, and plenty of storage—run the length of the space and are tucked snugly beneath the ceiling. The green Tube Top 14 lamp by Pablo Pardo is from Relish Design.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  “Our desire was to have the spaces appear as though they were carved from a single block of wood, with the movable pieces an integral part of the overall composition,” says Vincent. “This created a feeling of seamlessness.”  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    “Our desire was to have the spaces appear as though they were carved from a single block of wood, with the movable pieces an integral part of the overall composition,” says Vincent. “This created a feeling of seamlessness.”

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  All of the furniture was meticulously handmade by Klebba and Reis to serve the family’s needs.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    All of the furniture was meticulously handmade by Klebba and Reis to serve the family’s needs.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  A couch—upholstered by local firm Revive Upholstery & Design—slides out on hidden casters and transforms into a full-size bed (with the headboard doubling as a linen cupboard) where guests can sleep.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    A couch—upholstered by local firm Revive Upholstery & Design—slides out on hidden casters and transforms into a full-size bed (with the headboard doubling as a linen cupboard) where guests can sleep.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  The dining table tucks under a shelf when it’s not pulled out for meals. There’s even vertical storage for canvases for their teenage daughter.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    The dining table tucks under a shelf when it’s not pulled out for meals. There’s even vertical storage for canvases for their teenage daughter.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  “This was a very, very, very, very custom job,” says Klebba.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    “This was a very, very, very, very custom job,” says Klebba.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  In the bathroom, a thin pane of glass separates the shower; an Aquaplane sink by Lacava hovers above 
a built-in vanity illuminated by a lean Adelphi light by Oxygen Lighting; and blue-green glass penny tiles by Terra Verre decorate the floor. The absence of a door, combined with windows on two sides, makes the bathroom feel like a continuation of the overall space.  Photo by: Lincoln BarbourCourtesy of: Lincoln Barbour
    In the bathroom, a thin pane of glass separates the shower; an Aquaplane sink by Lacava hovers above a built-in vanity illuminated by a lean Adelphi light by Oxygen Lighting; and blue-green glass penny tiles by Terra Verre decorate the floor. The absence of a door, combined with windows on two sides, makes the bathroom feel like a continuation of the overall space.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Courtesy of: Lincoln Barbour

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  Fusion Landscape Design worked with PATH to remake the backyard into a grown-up playground. Under the stairwell sits a tiny custom cedar sauna and an outdoor shower—just a literal hop, skip, and jump away from the sprawling in-ground eight-by-ten-foot hot tub. Down three short stairs, Gloster’s Elan dining table from Design Within Reach is surrounded by Spark chairs by Don Chadwick for Knoll and a built-in fire pit and DCS grill by Fisher & Paykel—all resting on a smooth surface of bluestone pavers.  Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

    Fusion Landscape Design worked with PATH to remake the backyard into a grown-up playground. Under the stairwell sits a tiny custom cedar sauna and an outdoor shower—just a literal hop, skip, and jump away from the sprawling in-ground eight-by-ten-foot hot tub. Down three short stairs, Gloster’s Elan dining table from Design Within Reach is surrounded by Spark chairs by Don Chadwick for Knoll and a built-in fire pit and DCS grill by Fisher & Paykel—all resting on a smooth surface of bluestone pavers.

    Photo by: Lincoln Barbour

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