Lake Oswego Kitchen & Family RoomTraditional Kitchen, Portland
The island is stained walnut. The cabinets are glazed paint. The gray-green hutch has copper mesh over the doors and is designed to appear as a separate free standing piece. Small appliances are behind the cabinets at countertop level next to the range. The hood is copper with an aged finish. The wall of windows keeps the room light and airy, despite the dreary Pacific Northwest winters! The fireplace wall was floor to ceiling brick with a big wood stove. The new fireplace surround is honed marble. The hutch to the left is built into the wall and holds all of their electronics.
Project by Portland interior design studio Jenni Leasia Interior Design. Also serving Lake Oswego, West Linn, Vancouver, Sherwood, Camas, Oregon City, Beaverton, and the whole of Greater Portland.
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Style Secret: Handmade PotteryTuscany is known for its ceramics cottage industry, from dishware to enormous garden planters and sculptural vases. Opt for ceramic pieces that share a similar look and feel, and mass them in the most appropriate spot: a patio, an open shelf, a mantelpiece. In the kitchen, they look just right when they're stuffed with wooden spoons and cooking utensils; in the bedroom, use them to hold fresh wildflowers.Bella Tuscany: Accessories such as this can give a room a Tuscan spin even if its bones are less obviously Italian. Pottery in this kitchen hutch, which has a basic, clean design, glows against the dusky green and infuses a Tuscan aura.
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