Transitional in Portland Hills

This home in the Portland hills was stuck in the 70's with cedar paneling and almond laminate cabinets with oak details. The space had wonderful potential with a high vaulted ceiling that was covered in the kitchen and dining areas with a low ceiling. Walls closed in the kitchen. The remodel began with removal of the ceiling and the wall between the kitchen and the dining room. Hardwood flooring was extended into the kitchen. Warm honey colored cabinets with a clean Shaker door, contemporary hardware and tile make this kitchen fit the transitional style the owners wanted. Now, the light and backdrop of beautiful trees can be enjoyed from the living room and dining room.
Island dining
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Beautiful veining in island granite.
“Granite” — kwills306
Beautiful pendants
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Shaker cabinet doors. The skylights in vaulted ceiling bring in sunlight.
“granite is juparana rio...this slab has warm grays, browns and rusts” — milannguckian
Wolf gas range and hood
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Wolf Range & vent hood
“Kitchen” — Gayle Ostgard
open, bright and inviting
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Pendant lighting accents the central island
“Narrow island” — J K
Wall cabinets with glass and display shelving
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Cabinet heights were staggered. Display shelves for collectibles.
“cabinets w translucent panel at top” — sjmarkmoto
windows and new door bring in the light
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Furniture legs in toe-kick area add design detail.
“craftsman kitchen” — darnevin
Contemporary tile-Pental
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Contemporary porcelain tile backsplash
“Contemporary porcelain tile backsplash” — zzouhgirl
vaulted ceiling with skylights
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Eclectic mix of Craftsman and contemporary accents,
“Counter tops” — kelleylp
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