An Irvington kitchen remodel collaboration between Bright Designlab and Hammer & Hand balances industrial and modern. Cabinetry looks sleek enough to be European, but was built for the project in Portland.
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The galley kitchen plan can be just as efficient as the typical kitchen "triangle" layout.
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Counters are thick, polished concrete, a smooth contrast to the shiny gloss of the white cabinets.
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Details include the simple wood shelves contrasting with clean, white subway tile.
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A minimalist maximalist remodel of a master bathroom suite in Vancouver: "We clad the bathroom in white horizontally stacked tile, Athens Silver Cream heated marble floors from Ann Sacks, and a mosaic shower."
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The mosaic-tiled double shower gets an elegant, frameless and nearly invisible glass enclosure.
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Bright Designlab and Hammer & Hand custom designed the white concrete trough sink. Faucets are wall-mounted, and lighting is recessed.
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The sink and faucet could not have cleaner lines.
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Bright Designlab remodeled the kitchen of a Pearl District loft for a couple who've lived there for years and were finally ready to get the kitchen they really want. The custom-built walnut shelf "winds through the space - connecting the contrast of elements."
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Bright Designlab used open grain walnut lower cabinets to contrast with glossy white/back painted glass upper cabinets.
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Striated glass stacked tile backsplash is from Ann Sacks; open shelves are walnut.
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A pop of color for Bright Designlab's remodel of a kitchen for a family (with a young child) in Southeast Portland.
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Clever yet simple cabinet details.
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Reclaimed wood floors, sleek and shiny white cabinets.