If there’s one word that best sums up this entire remodel, it’s: open.
In its prior state, this home had undergone multiple disjointed remodels that left it boxy and feeling dark. We redesigned the main floor completely opening up and letting the light in this mid-century home. This was accomplished by moving the kitchen to the back of the house, removing the sunken family room and eliminating the walls between the living room and dining room. We then added a vaulted ceiling over the new kitchen where there once was a flat roof. The gorgeous marble-top on the 10 foot island, custom painted cabinets, stunning chandler, and oak floors throughout make this fabulous kitchen and flowing floor makes perfect sense.
The end result is a much more livable and comfortable home that is perfect for entertaining and a growing family high a top Portland’s Council Crest.
Photography by: Paul Sivley Photography and Cooper Design Builders