AtticVictorian Kids, Portland

The unfinished attic was remodeled to allow a perfect place for the "playroom" and for sleepovers.

Sally Schoolmaster, photographer

Example of an ornate medium tone wood floor playroom design in Portland with beige walls —  Houzz
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yosistah wrote:Feb 22, 2013
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    Emerick Architects
    The walls are 3'-2" tall and the tallest ceiling measurement is 7'-4".
  • yosistah
    Thank you! Very much appreciated ( and fabulous space, btw! )...
B L wrote:Jun 2, 2012
  • yosistah
    How do you know?
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    Emerick Architects
    Paint colors are challenging to answer because usually they have been fine-tuned on site so we don’t have a specific paint color. Also colors vary greatly in photos from actuality and even further from computer screen to computer screen. We recommend getting small samples and trying them in your home to see how the colors work with your specific light.
siennajohn wrote:Mar 5, 2013
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    Emerick Architects
    These windows are original to this Victorian house.
  • Glenda Wood
    I too was wondering where I might purchase a similar window. I have a 1030's bunglow story and 1/2 and plan to try and redo the attic. Right now it has a small window with 4 panels which match the lower window.,
jennwright05 wrote:Jul 29, 2013
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    Emerick Architects
    This was custom made as a safety measure for the children.
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