Traditional Renovation in Beaumont-Wilshire Main Floor Remodel
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This project was co-designed by my daughter and interior designer, Stephanie Welch. The 1926 home in the Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood of Portland, Oregon was last updated in 1988 and had lost most of its original charm. We opened up walls, but were careful to do so in a way that respects the homes of this era.
Our main goal was to open up and lighten up the space up with a fresh, transitional vibe. We combined current elements alongside traditional materials to create the perfect blend of styles — bright, layered and organic. The space feels refined, polished, and sophisticated, but very accessible, welcoming, and perfectly suitable for family gatherings and entertaining.
Photos by Kaitlin Green.
Countertops, Sink, and Backsplash: Teltos Bianco Statuario Venato 3cm
Cabinet Hardware: Urban Modern 1 1/8″ Mod Hex Knob in Matte Black
Drawer Hardware: Top Knobs Barrington 3 3/4″ Channing Pull In Flat Black
Sink Faucet: Kohler Purist 2-Hole Double Lever Handle Deckmount Bridge in Matte Black
Island Lighting: Visual Comfort SK5362NR-AI Suzanne Kasler Limoges 1 Light 14 inch Natural Rusted Iron Pendant Ceiling Light, Medium
Over-the-sink Lighting: Haleigh 8-inch Clear Glass Pendant