AFTER Now the Entry has personality!
BEFORE Dining Room
AFTER One simple change - moving the ceiling light fixture 18" - transformed the floor plan of the dining room. The server is now in its proper location and the flow to the rest of the space is improved. New upholstery fabric and cabinet hardware breathe new life into these classic pieces.
BEFORE Living Room has a northern exposure. It needs an infusion of color to warm it up.
AFTER New color palette includes warmer paint tones, ocean green slate on the fireplace surround and layers of color in the furniture.
BEFORE Despite a wall of windows, this room always felt dark.
AFTER Increasing the number of light sources and warming the color palette all serve to brighten the room.
BEFORE The fireplace is not a compelling feature wall.
AFTER The addition of built-ins, slate surround, additional lighting and a fun metal sculpture make the fireplace a true focal point.
BEFORE Client's workspace was in a dark corner.
AFTER New floor plan increases the room's seating capacity. Wall mounted flat screen makes TV viewing comfortable from any seat in the living room.
BEFORE Book and photo storage is limited to one bookcase on back wall.
AFTER Book storage has moved to built-ins on fireplace wall. Client now has generous workspace next to window.
AFTER Ledges are an easy, elegant solution for displaying photos and mementos.
MID CENTURY REVITALIZED
The Living Room, Dining Room and Entry of a 1962 condominium in SW Portland are revitalized with a design plan that reflects the warmth and personality of the owner.
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