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Vintage Apartment in Portland, OR
impact. Even humble items take on weight when they're displayed together.Case in point: this grouping of male fashion dolls gracing a Portland, Oregon, home. Some are even dressed to look like the owner's friends, with name tags displayed above. Who needs photographs of your pals when you've got little
impact. Even humble items take on weight when they’re displayed together.Case in point, this grouping of male fashion dolls gracing a Portland, Oregon, home. Some are even dressed to look like the owner’s friends, with name tags displayed above. Who needs photographs of your pals when you have little
Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
Orleans. Years ago it's how they stayed cool. If you call it cool...lol. You can walk through these without having to duck! My grandparents had a similar home when I was young. I grew up there and summers are very steamy!
Perfect for an elevated foundation, small lot, cottage home; LUV!
really loving tiny homes they do not have to look like a box adorable
Lower your environmental impact. In 2010 the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Oregon Home Builders Association and Earth Advantage Institute, concluded that constructing smaller homes is among the best ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and waste
reduction and reuse practices evaluated, reducing home size was the most beneficial — not just because of reduced electricity and fuel consumption, but also because of the material production avoided.Wow! Who knew that choosing to live in a cottage-size home made you so environmentally righteous?
Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti Walker
Roof and siding remind me of BC home
Hunting for reclaimed wood for their dream home they got a call from a contractor friend. He discovered large hand-hewn larchwood logs in an intact one-room cabin, with a handwritten letter, dated
wood and wrote detailed notes about how the cabin fit together. Then they hauled it off, piece by piece, to their lot and incorporated it into their home's design as their main bedroom.
A historic one-room cabin in Halfway. The left wing of this rustic Oregon home is a one-room cabin that dates to 1874. It was unearthed within a larger home that was slated for disassembly and demolition. After visiting the demolition site to check out some reclaimed
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paradise plant nicely balances the blooming orchid on the coffee table in this Portland, Oregon, home and serves to offset the formal symmetry that can sometimes make a room look more like a hotel lobby than a home. Plants are a great way to add life to a space, since not only are they living and breathing
corner with life. Portland designer Garrison Hullinger is a dear friend of mine and is great at using plants in his interiors. For those corners in your home that don't seem right for a piece of furniture, consider a large plant to fill the space. By placing this plant in the corner behind the chair, the
breathing, but they're also not perfect! A little imperfection in the form of a plant that has its own mind can be a great way to make a home feel comfortable and lived in, especially if you'd rather not have a messy look. On the other hand, a messy plant balances a little family-made mess too.
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
homeowners have hung a weather-resistant contemporary art piece on a pool enclosure wall and used chartreuse pillows to pick up its cool mood at this Oregon home. Lime-colored shrubs in containers repeat the theme.
Norman Building & Design
Highland's home in Bend, OR
Another view of the front entry and courtyard. Use of different materials helps to highlight the homes contemporary take on a NW lodge style home
This home is about 5,800 sf of living space with a large garage of nearly 2,000 sf.
The natural rock throughout the home is called Montana Bridger stone by our mason. It is put up in dry stack pattern throughout. Hope that helps.
the parapet to the left of the home's main entry provides a contrasting element to the main pitch. The eves are done in tongue and groove mahogany to match the vertical elements of the parapet. Hope that is helpful!
what's the roof pitch and roof eaves for this home?
what a neat modern twist to a craftsman style home
love the feel of this home in the setting.
Rustic home...unique. Very Montana.
Amazing mountain home
Oregon home...Welcome home :)...second home