Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

(503) 548-4984

Services Provided
Our experience and expertise applies to all types of projects: on smaller residential and renovation work we can produce the drawings necessary for permitting and construction, on larger commercial and new-construction projects we focus on the interiors and work in tandem with architectural and engineering teams.

Areas Served
We are based in Portland, Oregon but we are currently working on projects in New York, San Francisco, Big Sur and Ketchikan, Alaska. We enjoy the diversity and learning opportunities offered by working in communities other than our own.

Business Description
Our mission is to create beautiful, livable spaces that meet our clients’ aesthetic, functional, and economic goals, while respecting the environment.

Our perspective is informed by a respect for historical architecture coupled with an appreciation of the playfulness and freshness of modern design.
Portland, OR US 
Mira Eng-Goetz 
723 NW 18th Ave.,
Portland, Oregon,
United States, 97209 
(503) 467-4830 
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design now has 2 photos featured in an ideabook

Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Red From the Great Outdoors

Dab some of Mother Nature’s rouge around the home for an eye-opening look Full Story
     Comment   April 7, 2014
Thank you for reporting this. Undo
Nikki Green, Xtraordinary by Design
Every room deserves a jolt of it
April 11, 2014 at 7:07pm   
Thank you for reporting this. Undo
My life changed when I embraced my love for red. I think La Lune's art is perfect. The lighting and fire compliment the glow and the russet does accent the pillows.
last Friday at 5:50am     
Sign Up to comment
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design now has a photo featured in an ideabook
     Comment   April 4, 2014
Thank you for reporting this. Undo
Louis Raduly
Biggest mistake ever was letting my girlfriend chose the colors.... And I'm the one who's color blind!.... Go figure
on Monday at 4:06am     
Thank you for reporting this. Undo
My mother seemed to adorn printed upholstery sofas. Her justification was they didn't show wear & tear or dirt which, of course, wasn't quite true. But I learned from her, never any printed upholstered furniture in my house. If I want to go to print I will make slip covers.
on Monday at 4:16am     
Sign Up to comment
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™