Eastmoreland Remodel


Location
Portland, OR

Size
520 SF
Time to Revamp the Kitchen and Bathrooms
This daylight ranch was stuck in its 1950s design roots and in desperate need of a modern makeover. The compartmentalized spaces lacked efficiency and didn’t suit entertaining or support family connectivity.
The Eastmoreland Remodel features a large kitchen island, perfect for prep and seating.
The renovated kitchen at the Eastmoreland Remodel features a large island.

The renovated kitchen at the Eastmoreland Remodel features a large island with space for prep and seating.

By removing the walls between the kitchen and mud room and enclosing an outdoor entry, a new open kitchen design supports contemporary living—an ample work zone, efficient circulation, island seating and a breakfast area.

This is a photo of the Eastmoreland Kitchen before renovations.

The striking palette features plain sliced walnut cabinetry, quartz countertops and polished chrome details. A tomato-colored Clayhaus hexagon tile backsplash adds a pop of color and pattern for visual interest. 


Coffee anyone?

A beverage bar delivers a barista experience with all the supplies right at hand. Clean-up is easy when everything has its place, and the clutter can be concealed behind beautiful cabinetry doors.

The Eastmoreland Remodel features a backsplash with ceramic tiles from Clayhaus Tile.
This is a photo of the closed coffee bar in the kitchen at the Eastmoreland Remodel.
This is a photo of the open coffee bar in the kitchen at the Eastmoreland Remodel.
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This is a drawing of the Eastmoreland Remodel before renovation work.
Before
This is a drawing of the Eastmoreland Remodel after renovation work.
After
The bathroom at the Eastmoreland Remodel features a walnut vanity with full size mirror and porcelain tile.

Color and pattern add pop to the bathrooms too.


A half-hex porcelain white wall tile adds a subtle texture to the bathrooms. This pleasing pattern is an unexpected detail that pairs well with the vibrant floor tile—a starry way to punctuate the space. 


“Adam really helped shape our interior spaces in ways that we never could have imagined. His open collaboration and attention to detail throughout the process made the kitchens and baths great livable, modern spaces.”

Dylan N.

Homeowner

There is a walk-in shower in the primary bathroom at the Eastmoreland Remodel.