Lake Oswego Award Winning home addition14 Photos
This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels.

Island with prep sink & tons of storage

An organizational area was added with a charging drawer and storage for files, mail, and of course-a junk drawer! This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels. Photography: Brian McLernon

Entry & wine bar with custom storage

These homeowners have their own vineyard and wine. This wine bar holds wines for entertaining. This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels. Photography: Brian McLernon

beautiful bank of windows

This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels. Photography: Brian McLernon

Kitchen with appliance garage

A Hidden void was created when this addition was added. We put it to good use by creating appliance garages with pull-outs to store small appliances. Photography: Brian McLernon

Lighted cabinetry and built in appliances

This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels. Photography: Brian McLernon

New entry reusing antique chandelier

New family room entry with the original antique chandelier from the dining room. Photography: Brian McLernon

Looking into the family room

Half wall details with columns that helped to divide the space and create the historical feel for this addition. This 1928 home was designed in the Arts and Crafts style. To preserve the historic character of the home, design elements were taken from the existing home. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of views of the gardens, lake below and Mt. Hood in the distance-mission accomplished with walls of windows! The new addition included a 2nd entry, large kitchen, family room, breakfast nook, laundry, powder room and a mud room. Having lived in South America and Asia, cabinetry in every room was designed to display the treasures from their travels. Photography: Brian McLernon

Family room flat screen tv

Flat screen television is mounted above the fireplace and shown with doors open. Photography: Brian McLernon

Family room flat screen hidden

TV hidden Photography: Brian McLernon

Family room looking into kitchen & breakfast

Ceiling beams & tongue & groove were added for detail and the half walls had shelving for books or to display art & objects. Photography: Brian McLernon

Wall of custom shelving & storage

Custom storage unit designed to add interest and showcase the clients blue and white collection. Photography: Brian McLernon

breakfast room with cozy heated floors

Breakfast room. The travertine floors are heated to provide comfort on cold, rainy days. Photography: Brian McLernon

breakfast room overlooking the lake

Photography: Brian McLernon

tea time

Photography: Brian McLernon