NW JOHNSON STREET HOUSE
This was an extensive remodel by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design of a Portland home, built in 1907. Senior designer Mira Eng-Goetz and the team at JHID wanted to evoke a sense of the Northwest. They went with a moody palette - lush textures, earthy tones, and a steady dose of Oregon Black Walnut. Our Walnut was used for the counters in the kitchen, the bar top, the bathroom vanity, and the bed in the guest bedroom, built by Tretiak Works.
A mural of hand-painted ferns by lead designer Mira Eng-Goetz, creates a playful, natural backdrop, which is complemented by the Oregon Black Walnut counters.
The bar features a darker aesthetic - dark green cabinetry and millwork, antique mirrors, and an Oregon Black Walnut slab counter.
A bed by Tretiak Works in Oregon Black Walnut sits in front of neutral, leafy wallpaper, and painted moulding.
The master bath is our favorite part of the entire remodel. A custom, curly Oregon Black Walnut vanity really pops against the neutral wall.
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