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Burns Residence

This project began as a remodel to an existing farmhouse, then evolved into a tear-down with a new design and addition to the existing footprint. The client’s desire to create a lodge-like feel was succeeded in finishes and the structural play of space. Their desire for privacy on 3 ½ acres in West Linn is […]

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Edwards Residence

This Barrington Heights home in West Linn was finished originally in an all-white theme from cabinets to walls to carpet. This client purchased the home and immediately drew their discerning taste to the large and expansive home. The entire house was remodeled with rich cabinetry, impeccable finishes and textures that gave the home a new […]

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Castricano Residence

This is an excellent example of historic renovation. Hallomoon teamed up with the client to restore, rehabilitate, and add on to a period house located in the Alameda neighborhood of Portland. After nearly 40 years of deferred maintenance, coupled with a 107 year history, this Portland-style four-square was due for a major renovation. From the […]

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Wagner Residence

This Client wanted a family room to escape to, and we were able to take from a four car tandem garage and create a family room off the kitchen. This was an all painted white kitchen that was gutted to the studs and redesigned to suit the Client’s cooking skills. The richness of the cabinetry […]

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Buse Street

This is a single family home in West Linn that was purchased for my family. We quickly outgrew the original space and set out to design a second story that would be compatible with the bungalow style. The result was a larger kitchen space, a second story master suite, a bonus room, and a small office. […]

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Hidden Springs

Located in West Linn, this home was built in the early eighties with exposed timber ceilings and wainscoting.  The original interior was dark with little natural or ambient light. The homeowner wanted to improve the layout of the kitchen and family room areas and at the same time “lighten up” the interior. Making the most […]

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