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Hoyt Street MediaTransitional Basement, Portland

An inviting basement remodel that we designed to meet all the comforts and luxuries of our clients! Cool tones of gray paired with gold and other rich earth tones offer a warm but edgy contrast. Depth and visual intrigue is found top to bottom and side to side with carefully selected vintage vinyl tile flooring, bold prints, rich organic woods.

Designed by Portland interior design studio Angela Todd Studios, who also serves Cedar Hills, King City, Lake Oswego, Cedar Mill, West Linn, Hood River, Bend, and other surrounding areas.

For more about Angela Todd Studios, click here: https://www.angelatoddstudios.com/

To learn more about this project, click here: https://www.angelatoddstudios.com/portfolio/1932-hoyt-street-tudor/

Mid-sized transitional vinyl floor and multicolored floor basement photo in Portland with blue walls —  Houzz
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Questions About This Photo (2)
Mark Cochran wrote:Sep 12, 2018
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR

    Sure. We used Benjamin Moore Regal in Matte, however we customized a color for this project. It is most close to Night Train 1567 in the Benjamin Moore line. Please beware that colors will vary based on the natural and electrified light you have in your space, the colors and woodwork surrounding it, and this photo may appear different on your screen digitally than it is in application.

  • Mark Cochran

    Many thanks, Angela! I very much appreciate it!

    Kindest regards,


drvodka wrote:Sep 12, 2018
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    Angela Todd Studios | Portland, OR


    This is a lovely LVT Alterna Floor by Armstrong. You can search their website for a certified dealer or retailer who carries this line. Our clients have loved how durable and beautiful it is at the same time, so we can see why you'd want to source it as well!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Working the Room: What’s Popular in Basements NowAug 23, 2018

Trend No. 6: Going GrayWhat the pros say. Instead of previously popular basement colors like beige and taupe, homeowners seem to be opting for gray, pros say. The trend echoes a similar preference for gray in other parts of the house. Renovating homeowners also ranked gray their top wall color choice in the kitchen and the bathroom, according to recent Houzz studies.What popular Houzz photos say. Though white walls brighten up several of the basement photos users saved in recent months, gray walls, floors, couches and other details can be spotted in the most-saved images too. And gray doesn’t have to be boring. In this basement remodel, the team from Angela Todd Studios in Portland, Oregon, used different shades and textures of gray in the vintage vinyl tile flooring, bold prints and woods to give the space loads of visual interest.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Redesign Right, LLC added this to Basement InspirationMay 7, 2019

Fun use of vinyl tile flooring.

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