This home on a tree-lined street in North Portland's Overlook neighborhood had been comfortably lived in and not renovated since sometime in the 1940's or maybe the 70's... hard to discern, but you get the picture. bright designlab was hired to help collaborate on a full home overhaul - kitchen planning and design, guest bath design and remodel, and designing the addition of a new master bath + closet suite, as well as overall color palette throughout.
The finished product is an exciting, playful yet sophisticated array of pattern, color and texture - juxtaposing modern finishes and old world techniques. The kitchen design includes blue azure concrete tiles from Ann Sacks, bright designlab detailing on custom washed gray oak cabinets and waterfall of pentalquartz with warm, winding, walnut floating shelves. and glossy white upper European style cabinets. Brass hardware and beat lights provide a sparkling warmth and light.
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Vintage lover Sarah Benson worked with local firm Bright Designlab to gently update her 1925 home in Portland, Oregon. In the kitchen, Moroccan cement tiles featuring a blue Hex Dot pattern by Popham Designs cover the floor.