Goose Hollow Historic Home Kitchen & Bath Remodels in Portland, Oregon

“Thank you for all your hard work and for making our home so beautiful! We’re loving the new bathrooms and look forward to working together again in the near future!” — Homeowners Victor & Pamela

Finding a company they could entrust the stewardship of their treasured Nationally Registered Historic Home with was our clients’ highest concern. A strong referral from a close friend helped our homeowners know we were a company that would truly care for their project: designing and building two luxurious his and her master bathrooms.

Built in 1942, the home features an elegant, classic feel throughout and our team truly focused on providing a timeless style to these very personal spaces. Each bath was completely gutted and redesigned to establish the best performance possible for each client.

For her, ample storage, a lovely vanity space, and keeping the room light and airy were important. Selecting a beautiful tub that she could relax in for hours, then step out onto a warm radiant heated tile floor was a huge part of our design conversation. Our designer’s favorite feature: the art deco inspired brushed brass sconces throughout the room provide a romantic, soft glow and very flattering lighting.

For him, a more masculine but complementary palette was selected. The rich, marbled hexagonal floor tile also provides radiant heat and a smartly planned vanity provides just the right amount of storage a man would need. A huge bath lover, choosing a bath that felt just right for him was a fun challenge as well as figuring out all the little details that really personalized his space.

We really loved doing a refresh on their high-quality kitchen that already featured well-designed cabinetry and updated appliances. The large, professional style range hood that replaced the clunky, outdated model makes for a clean, polished focal point that evokes a very timeless look. Lightening the palette with softer paint colors and adding floor to ceiling classic white subway tile in place of the dated, darker backsplash makes the kitchen feel far more connected to the rest of the light & bright, home.

The home now provides modern function and materials while retaining timeless nouveau deco elegance for the 21st century and beyond!

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