Photos by Jason E. Kaplan
People had a great time ringing in the newest issue of Oregon Home Magazine. Now you can check out the pictures from the event.
Filled to bursting with bicycle trailers, high-concept campers, floating homes and domesticated shipping containers, “The New Nomads” is a great big picture book for architectural adventurers and a celebration of “temporary spaces and a life on the move.”
Nicole Callaghan has a knack for making the little moves that will have a big impact, whether it’s moving furniture or artwork, adding or subtracting. Now she’s bringing her gift for the well-executed quickie makeover to a growing number of residential clients in the Portland area through her company, N.style.
By Nancy Ranchel
Does this happen to you? You go to pull out your recycling, and you notice the freakish amount of liquor bottles in the glass bin. You pause. You think about what the recycle guy (mine are guys) must think of you. You hope that instead of judging, they just wish you'd invite them to your next party. But you suspect they're judging.
When you think of a Craftsman Bungalow interior, you likely picture traditional finishes: deep colors, natural wood trim, built-in bookshelves and maybe a Stickley chair or two. But five Pacific Northwest companies are collaborating to offer a fresh perspective on Bungalow interiors: The Bungalow Company, Colorhouse Paint, Rejuvenation Inc., Clayhaus Ceramics and McCoy Millwork.
By Nancy Ranchel
What's my design philosophy? I knew I wasn't a minimalist - never that! - but whatever the direct opposite of minimalism is, that would probably describe me. Maximalism? Was that even a thing? Turns out it is, and I would say I'm a type of maximalist - a salvage maximalist.