H45 LoftIndustrial Living Room, Portland

This is the model unit for modern live-work lofts. The loft features 23 foot high ceilings, a spiral staircase, and an open bedroom mezzanine.

Example of a mid-sized urban formal and enclosed concrete floor and gray floor living room design in Portland with gray walls, a standard fireplace, no tv and a metal fireplace —  Houzz
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heckman4 wrote:Feb 4, 2012
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    Nancy Houston -- my apologies for the length of time since you asked this question. Our notifications seem to be very messed up here. I had not received a notification that you had ever responded and only noticed it when a later comment triggered the notifications. So, if you have already found a rug, I certainly understand. If you are still interested, please email me directly at design@pangaea-id.com.
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    Natural Rug Co
    Natural Rug Co also has silky and paper shag rugs that are similar. http://bit.ly/1nOvQi2
helikart wrote:Dec 13, 2012
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kazzam08 wrote:Nov 24, 2012
leslie5 wrote:Feb 23, 2012
  • Cincy Lee
    Live in Portland. Who did the concrete floors?
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    Cannot remember the construction company's name to save my life right now, but I do remember that they went out of business a couple of years ago.
brownie4 wrote:Feb 20, 2012
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    @brownie4 -- This is an original work of art by me done in acrylic, charcoal and metallics. It is sold, but it sounds like bepsf can knock one out for you.
  • brownie4
    Well, it's gorgeous...and i sure can't do that myself! Thanks for responding :)
freebirdt wrote:Jul 24, 2012
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    These are actually black with leaves -- not blue. I'm afraid these were purchased a few years ago and are no longer distributed.
  • Debra Gluskin
    The pillows are great on the brown couch (I have one sans pillows!) Ca you advise on where the colorful orange ones come from our where should look for something similar? Thx!
elsav wrote:Jul 28, 2011
  • Dirt Digger
    A question was asked previously about the same thing but on a different picture of this...the designer stated that she can order the fabric at $75 per yard plus shipping...if you are still interested you can click on "more info" under the pic and email the designer. Hope that helps!
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    I would like to know how you hung the fabric? Thank you.

jollyrogers61 wrote:Oct 30, 2012
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    I'm sorry, the store where I bought these went out of business a couple of years ago. These look like Le Klint lamps but are lower priced. I'm sure I could find them or something close through some other vendor, but it would take me an hour or so of hunting. Best of luck!
Nick Failla wrote:May 30, 2012
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    Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
    This is indeed a 23 foot high concrete wall. No stains or sealers on it. It is a town home and the wall on the other side of the room is drywall.
schiltz wrote:Aug 31, 2011
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    Skyler Ethan Abstracts
    I do large custom abstract paintings in a similar style. I can do any coloring and size and ship worldwide. You can see some of my paintings on my Houzz page or my website www.skylerethan.com
Violet Smithson wrote:Sep 15, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    mbleasdale
    Apartment 46 for the Home added this to 10 Decorating Tips for Tackling Tall WallsJul 16, 2016

    5. Play with textiles. An unexpected way to dress tall walls is to use textiles. Simple and chic, a single swath of fabric mounted on thin rods at the top and bottom adds softness and a cocoonlike feeling. Multiple pieces of fabric can be hung side by side in any configuration, depending on the scale of the wall.

    beckydietrich
    Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Fabric: The Unsung Wall-Decorating HeroFeb 14, 2014

    Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.Fabric: Forsa

    shawngauthier
    Shawn Gauthier added this to Cool Threads: Shag Rugs Stage a ComebackJun 22, 2011

    Look closely: This picture features not one, but two perfectly executed shag rugs (the second is beneath the dining table toward the back). I’m telling you, once you sink your feet back into that shag rug, it’s hard to stop at one. If you do use more than one, switch up the colors to better define different areas in open rooms.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    elli1952
    Elli Altman added this to MARCIA FAMILY RMSep 2, 2019

    Art: orange fabric is inexpensive touch of color.

    ellenbaumler
    ellenbaumler added this to ellenbaumler's IdeasAug 24, 2019

    Concrete polished floors, modern industrial

    helen_carpenter
    Helena Carpe added this to Artwork that InspiresJul 11, 2019

    5. Play with textiles. An unexpected way to dress tall walls is to use textiles. Simple and chic, a single swath of fabric mounted on thin rods at the top and bottom adds softness and a cocoon-like feeling. Multiple pieces of fabric can be hung side by side in any configuration, depending on the scale of the wall.

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