A new open view to the dining room connects the living spaces. Large floor tiles were set in a herringbone pattern

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We used white subway tiles and a farmhouse sink for a timeless feel

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New windows, roof and paint were all needed to bring this home back to life and let the home's architecture shine

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A new open view to the dining room connects the living spaces. Large floor tiles were set in a herringbone pattern

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The Williams Street project was a design collaboration with my friend and associate, Diane Rucker of 2SI. This home went from being called a Zombie house to a beautifully restored Tutor bungalow. The transformation was so dramatic it gained lots of attention and was featured on KGW news and The Oregonian. The story then went on to be published in the UK Daily Mail and GP of Sweden!