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SW 66th

This project involved a full down-to-the-studs remodel of a heavily dated kitchen and master suite. In the kitchen, the homeowners felt the space was too small and had a low ceiling. Workshop Architecture was able to make the space feel light and open through thoughtful design gestures such as grouping tall cabinetry and using open shelving. Light colors and a full height backsplash completed the effect. The new kitchen expanded into the space previously used as a breakfast nook and introduced a new island with seating for casual dining and conversation. Aging floors and heavily textured walls were replaced with a dark-stained oak and smooth-finished walls and ceilings with new lighting for a crisp, timeless look.

In the master suite, the sleeping area was inefficiently located between the bathroom and walk-in closet, necessitating many trips back and forth each morning. In the new design, a walk-in closet has been located between the bedroom and bathroom with an adjacent vanity and dressing area. The new bathroom has a much-improved layout that includes a private toilet, spa-like skylit shower, and custom double vanity. Smooth walls, marble floors, and blue ceramic tiles complete the look.


Kitchen & Bath



Portland OR


March 2017

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