The formal entry sits outside of the private geometry of the house and within the courtyard. Using the same ceiling and floor surfaces on the outside and inside creates a place to welcome guests while still clearly separating the public space from the private home. Steel windows and stucco are elements used throughout the design.

PDX Modern

Tour the Portland residence of TWIST owners Paul Schneider and Lauren Eulau. The hilltop home is the ideal canvas for the couple’s modern art collection.

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A kitchen and bath in a vacation home near Hood River are designed in a Hamptons-meets-Swedish farmhouse-style that recalls the homeowners’ years living on the East Coast and Europe and, as a bonus, offers stunning views of the Columbia River Gorge.

Foreign Exchange

It’s a “Hamptons-meets-Swedish-farmhouse” aesthetic in this Hood River kitchen and bathroom design.

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Portlanders Shawn and Sandy Patrick sit with their children, MacLean and Anna Blake, on the steps of their mudroom addition designed by Ann McCulloch.

Making It Count - Adding Function in a Compact Addition

Portlanders Shawn and Sandy Patrick ask designer Ann McCulloch to transform their back porch into a simple mudroom for muddy boots, wet coats and shaggy dogs, but what Ann delivers is so much more.

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