By Nancy Ranchel
If you need to stop sweating the small stuff around the house, and you need to forget the idea of perfection....start a house project with salvage. A salvage project is imperfect, unlikely to match anything, and will require abandoning preconceived notions about how a house should look. It's a course in forced relaxation of design rules. No joke. Want some ideas? Here you go!
By OHM Staff
Standard TV & Appliance’s recently-renovated Bend showroom was abuzz Friday with delicious appetizers, artisan gifts, and partygoers to celebrate Oregon Home’s latest issue. The event was a resounding success – thank you to all who joined us in celebration of the local home industry.
A review by Brennan Conaway
Portlanders love to re-think basic assumptions about house and home. We transform lawns into vegetable gardens, houses into urban farms, backyards into chicken runs, and change garages to ADUs. We are always re-imagining our city and how we live in it, always experimenting, so it’s no surprise that the latest tiny house film is all about Portland.
To coincide with its fresh new look, Oregon Home Magazine is providing one lucky reader with a fresh new look to one of their rooms — for free!