5,035 modern furniture stores in portland Home Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX
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From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving up your family’s old jeans instead of tossing them (or pick some up cheap at a thrift store) and ask your local c
material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving up your family’s old jeans instead of tossing them (or pick some up cheap at a thrift store) and ask your local coffeehouse for a few burlap bags.
From the same creative Portland homeowner who hung the map in the last photo, here is a great budget-friendly upholstery material: old blue jeans and burlap coffee bean sacks. Start saving up your family’s old jeans instead of tossing them (or pick some up cheap at a thrift store) and ask your local c
“all” — Jackie Bello
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Private Residence - CH
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Cargo store, located in the Portland’s (OR) Pearl District.
and her husband moved into the space in 2002, so she’s been scavenging for fixtures and furniture for more than a decade. Price finds most of her wares at neighborhood vintage and salvaged-goods stores (Portland has a few). “The more dents the better,” she says. “It gives them character.”
everything but the furniture, very uncomfortable
and her husband moved into the space in 2002, so she’s been scavenging for fixtures and furniture for more than a decade. Price finds most of her wares at neighborhood vintage and salvaged-goods stores (Portland has a few). “The more dents, the better,” she says. “It gives them character.”Lamps: Cargo
“polished old concrete floor” — Yvonne Ducey
Square Deal Remodeling Co.
6 Reviews
Belmont Craftsman
Ideabooks991
Questions4
This picture illustrates the 9' ceilings in this space, a wonderful feature of old Portland homes. We took advantage of this by installing new windows and a back door with a large transom window above to let in as much natural light as possible. A new corner breakfast nook with beadboard backing was
designed to give this family a place to relax and converse. Check out the new period-style button light switches - a classic look updated to meet modern electrical code. Photo By Nicks Photo Design
Pratt & Larsen tile in Portland OR.
from Rejuvenation in Portland OR, the glass shade was
This door was ordered from Portland Millwork in Portland OR. The door came with the jamb and was bored, finished, and ready for install when we received it. The transom window above was installed
“utility room” — annarobin2012
risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
Mid Century Portland
Ideabooks461
Questions1
The bar almost reminds me of vintage office furniture, is it?
Thank you for the question, the bar was custom built and the design was inspired by furniture of that era.
architectrure portland or. specializing in mid century modern
cabinetry she designed for the built-in wet bar. With its plastic laminate counter and fir construction, the new unit coordinates with the midcentury furniture used throughout the rest of the house.
“Wet bar” — tljohn14
risa boyer architecture
7 Reviews
Mid Century Portland
Ideabooks2,209
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chair and ottoman are made by Herman Miller, they are designed by Charles and Ray Eames. You can find them at Design Within Reach or other modern furniture stores.
great mid century modern family room
More modern approach
Furniture. Fireplace.
placement of furniture around fireplace
Mid Century Portland
portland mid century
portland post and beam
portland modern...Modern Brick...modern fireplace...modern wood...modern wood screen
“Fire place/ Mantle” — tommyjuddy
Traditional Bedroom
Ideabooks3,824
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I was in the Benjamin Moore store and Bryant Gold is in the yellow family. I am looking for a beautiful terracotta paint color, but I need to know what the correct color is for the walls
paint swatch have the paint store match the color you're seeing on your screen.
Table was purchased from a local store in Portland, OR that is no longer in business.
We bought that at a local store in Portland that has since closed.
We bought the lamp from a local store that has closed.
i simply love animal skin furniture- it looks divine in this caramel setting
streamlined furniture, deep, rich colors, simple lines
bold fabrics subtle femininity art deco bold geometrics solid color win & furniture Exotic skins smaller pices like otto & pillows Rich Silks, velvet leather
“colors” — danapurser
The Neil Kelly Company
8 Reviews
Contemporary Northwest home remodel
Ideabooks6,877
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are from EWF Modern in the Pearl District, made form reclaimed wood, adding a rusting contrast to the suites minimalist theme, the deck 45 feet above ground level offer a panoramic view of the northeast. The clients live in a beautiful view home in the northwest hills above Portland, Oregon. Their
Ceiling Fan with Light by Modern Fan Company
photo has been tagged with the answer: Pharos by Modern Fan Co. ... :) Rhoda
Yay! Beautiful Products! Thanks Environment Furniture.
EWF Modern is a cool store in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon. Their address is: 1122 NW Glisan St., Portland, Oregon. (503) 295-7336. They have a few different
“Chambre blanche et lit en bois” — martinroypharmacien
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
43 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks40,740
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You said you bought this chest new at a furniture store. Do you mind saying where? Thanks.
We bought the chest new at a furniture store and then worked with our carpenter and plumber to prepare it for the vessel sink and faucet.
We picked this up at a discount furnishing store.
We picked it up at a local discount store in 2009.
Furniture refinishing distressed look for coffee table and nightstands
Furniture sink cabinet in fun color
I love the mix of styles you see with this sink vanity. A low vintage dresser is paired with a vessel sink and modern faucet. The result is one eye-catching piece for the bathroom.
“Wainscoting” — Bolen Designs
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