It’s true in the best of homes: One day you wake up and realize it’s time to spruce things up. Maybe fix the steps or replace some dated furniture. Definitely ditch the wallpaper. That’s what we’ve done here at Oregon Home: taken stock of what’s working and what’s not and made some changes.
Celebrate the season with new colors, bold designs, fun furniture, getting organized and a few guilty pleasures.
All the home’s a stage. Set it for drama.
Pigeon Toe is stepping out.
The menu is set. The table looks lush. All this dinner party needs is the right soundtrack. Niel DePonte, music director and conductor of Oregon Ballet Theatre, offers a playful playlist for a spring dinner party.
Sleek modern sofas, faux crocodile tableware, bold colors and plush daybeds redefine outdoor living.
A musician’s home gains new upstairs space without changing the bungalow’s footprint.
Portland writer Brian Libby interviewed designer Corey Martin of PATH Architecture for the April/May issue of Oregon Home. Martin’s Park Box house was a winner of a 2009 AIA Craftsmanship Award and Merit Award. Here is an extended excerpt from that interview.
Corey Martin’s urban duplex pulls nature inside with glass walls and sliding doors that provide light, transparency and a place for his son to dream.