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Curves abound, and just about everything is rounded in the home, from the bookshelf-stairwell to the fireplace in the living room to the exterior form. “I know how corny it sounds to make a house that hugs you back,” says Papazian, “but there’s really something to it.”

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Light dips and pools in the metal arches of the master bedroom upstairs.
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Since very little square footage was added in the renovation, clean lines, lots of natural light from added windows, and open spaces help expand the home’s interior.

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Chair Affair Quirky and dynamically designed by Alfredo Häberli for Moroso, the Take A Line For A Walk chair is Papazian’s dream seat. “I had to separate Edgar from this chair in the store,” remembers Lenzi. From $3,979 at Inform Interiors, 107 SE Washington St, informportland.com

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Perfect Perch A pop of color from the Egg Bird Feeder by Jim Schatz brightens the family’s back deck. Handcrafted from weather-resistant ceramic and aluminum, its rounded form is appealing to avian and human eyes alike. $135 at Canoe, 1136 SW Alder St, canoeonline.net

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Top Table Midcentury designer Alexander Girard is perhaps best known for his vivid, graphic pillows and prints, but the organic styling and soft edges of this coffee table for Knoll is equally as iconic—and well-suited to any setting. $925 at Design Within Reach, 1200 NW Everett St, dwr.com

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Sleep Tight Lenzi loves the gentle lines and elegant form of the Sleepi crib from Stokke. “It has a beautiful oval shape that would blend perfectly in the house,” she says. It also becomes a toddler bed, then chairs, as the child grows up. $800 at Little Urbanites, 916 NW 10th Ave, littleurbanites.com

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Sleek Seat Comfortable and substantial, but compact in a love seat size, the Plaza sofa by Natuzzi lets the family lounge in soft Italian leather in front of their living room fireplace. From $2,050 at Hip Furniture, 1829 NW 25th Ave, ubhip.com

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Get a Grip Designed by his former professor, the sleek aluminum form of the Lock-It set is “a link between my education and the first home I was able to renovate for myself,” Papazian says. $195 at georgeranallidesigns.com

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Hot Hood With its sculptural swoop of stainless steel, this style by Franke from the Tube collection “is cool because you have to think for a second before you realize it’s a range hood,” says Papazian. $1,600 at Ferguson, 824 NW 18th Ave, ferguson.com

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Portland Pennies In a house where curves reign supreme, the penny-size Savoy ceramic tile from local company Ann Sacks blends seamlessly into the walls and ceiling. From $10.98/square foot at Ann Sacks, 402 NW Ninth Ave, annsacks.com

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