Embellished doorplates. Gorgeous doorknobs. Hand-forged pulls that delight your inner blacksmith.
Making the best use of a space requires planning and preparation. In this Portland Community College class you'll learn the basics, analyze befores-and-afters, and receive help on your own layout challenges.
Would you rather live in a ranch house than your bungalow? Well, don’t strip your turn-of-the-century gem of its trim or remove its walls willy-nilly. Get your fill of more modern spaces
at Portland’s modern home tour.
“Living Green” is the theme of the 29TH ANNUAL OREGON COAST HOME & GARDEN SHOW, where you’ll find plenty of the latest information on new-home construction; home remodeling; and yard, garden and patio projects.
This Portland Community College’s series shows why it's important to understand the major systems of a house and how to prioritize projects before restoring or remodeling an old house.
Log homes are beautiful, affordable and energy efficient. You’ll get no-nonsense answers to all your log and timber-frame home questions and you can meet face-to-face with leading home producers, builders and suppliers.
If you’re partial to art that comes out of a kiln, plan on attending the 26th annual ceramic showcase 2008, which remains the largest all-clay exhibit in the U.S.
Technology has come a long way, but if your TV set is still atop a turn-of-the-century chest of drawers, you need to get with the program and rethink your media room needs. Oregon Home talked with a home theater specialist, a fine-furniture maker who’s built retractible TV cabinets, a designer, and an electrician about what to watch for when you set up a TV room.
After listening to the talk you won't have to refer to the parts of your house as "that what-cha-ma-call-it" or "thing-a-ma-jig."
Before you start that remodeling project, you might want to sign up for this Portland Community College class, in which you'll learn how to find quality contractors and what your consumer rights are when it comes to time, payment and job quality.