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Council Crest Remodel

The owners desired an open kitchen, living and dining room area while maintaining the original integrity of this 1920's home. By removing walls and integrating archways between the spaces, the enlarged kitchen has become the central hub of the home. The clean lines of the flush cabinetry provides contrast to the original detailing and woodwork. Walnut veneer at the island warms the space and coordinates with adjacent furniture. Construction was by The Neil Kelly Company and the interior design was assisted by Kristine LeVernois, CKBD, CAPS. All photos are by The Neil Kelly Company.


Main Floor Remodel


Portland, OR

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