Northwest Heritage Renovations
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Northwest Heritage Renovations is a locally owned and operated design/build/remodel firm specializing in the renovation of older homes. In addition to being passionate about our work, our team of craftsman have a keen eye for detail and an excellent knowledge of how their work ties into the overall goals of the project. We couple traditional craftsmanship with current/advanced technologies/techniques to produce the highest quality of workmanship for our customers in a cost effective manner.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Bathroom Remodeling, Building Design, Custom Home Bars, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, New Home Construction, Sunroom Design & Construction, Universal Design

Areas Served
Lake Oswego, Portland, Stafford, West Linn

Certifications and Awards
Lead Based Paint Certified Renovator
Contact: Eric Fowler
Location: 17404 Bergis Farm Drive
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
License Number: 195526
Typical Job Costs: $65,000 - 750,000
Commented: Hello would you happen to know where the chandelier was purchased? Chandelier was purchased at Pottery Barn
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Commented: What color is on the back wall? This is Divine "Roast". A great color for dining rooms or formal living spaces
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Commented: Mirrors These were the Kensington Rectangular Pivot Mirror from Pottery Barn. Both Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware have a pretty wide range of mirrors of this style. We've used both. They are excelle...
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Commented: Love the vanity - where can I purchase it? Vanity was custom made. The color is Miller Divine piping. I believe Miller no longer has the "Divine" color line but it can be color matched.
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Commented: love the wall color I believe the final color we chose for the walls was Benjamin Moore Raindance 1572. Hope this helps!
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