Call it dreaming or name it for what it really is: The best place to get inspiration for your next home build or renovation project. Every year, the NW Natural Street of Dreams shows off some of the most interesting and innovative work of builders and designers around Oregon. This year was no different. Here are six things that stood out to us.
It’s a common conundrum: How best to update a vintage home for modern living without losing the old house character that attracted you in the first place?
If you follow Portland design, you’ve probably heard of Schoolhouse Electric. From inside a century-old factory building in Northwest Portland, their local artisans create light fixtures, clocks, and other fabulous home goods with the belief that something worth owning is worth owning forever.
It’s not every day that one gets a chance to spend a morning with top home design experts. So, it was a treat when I recently gathered with my fellow luxury real estate brokers for breakfast and a talk with three of Portland’s finest: Holly Freres of JHL Design, Rachel Browning of Salvage Works, and Kathleen Bierma of Heirloom Homes as they shared the latest trends in home décor.