Some time again, Annie wrote a few loft rehab in Portland, Oregon, by Jessica Helgerson Inside Design that manages to really feel of-the-moment but not stylish in any respect. Whereas perusing Helgerson’s website, I got here throughout one other impressed mission that masters this somewhat troublesome balancing act.
Because it seems, it shares the identical lead designer because the loft overhaul, Mira Eng-Goetz, who went above and past for this renovation of a 1907 Craftsman: Except for sourcing furnishings and lighting, selecting paints and palettes, redesigning the format, and different decorator-y duties, she additionally hand-painted tiles for a botanical backsplash within the kitchen.
Portray the mural of sword ferns, which took her six days to finish, was her favourite a part of the mission. “The mural creates a ‘backyard view’ in a kitchen with home windows that look out onto the facade of a neighboring condo constructing,” says Eng-Goetz, who studied high-quality artwork earlier than getting a level in inside structure. “This was the primary time I’ve been capable of combine some of my artwork into an inside design mission, and I’m so grateful to my shoppers for trusting me sufficient to take it on.”
Proof of her creative eye may be seen all through the remainder of the house as effectively—within the moody palette of wealthy greens and dusky pinks, within the number of sculptural furnishings items, and within the emphasis on artisan-made merchandise. Be part of us for a tour.
Pictures by Aaron Leitz, courtesy of Jessica Helgerson Inside Design.