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Remodeling a Home in Portland With a Marked Retro Style

By Magaly Grosso


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This home, located in Portland, Oregon, and dating from 1967, was recently remodeled. The home is surrounded by large outdoor spaces, terraces to share and enjoy the good weather with family or friends, and an unevenness in the terrain that has served to create terracing for plants, seeking to give greenness and life to the exterior of the home.

Although on the outside we can still see vestiges of its original era, inside, with an area of 2,816 square feet, we find rooms completely updated and full of modern furniture.

Exterior of the house with gardens and terraces
Exterior of the house with gardens
Entrance with colored glass with retro touch

Inside, its wide open floor plan shows us a space full of natural light. We find beautiful wooden floors and black leather furniture placed in front of a retro-style fireplace built of bricks.

Living room with black leather furniture, full of light
Red brick fireplace in the living room
Rest area prior to the room. Retro furniture

The kitchen is spacious and comfortable, with simple white furniture accompanied by modern stainless steel appliances. Its walls, decorated with wallpaper of a retro style, remind us of the original age of the home.

Kitchen in white with accessories in stainless steel
Kitchen in white with accessories in stainless steel

The modern dining room, with white chairs and a glass table, stands out against the wooden floors.

Modern dining room with white chairs and glass table

The bedrooms are simple spaces, sparingly furnished, and where we feel once again the marked tendency towards a retro style.

Clean and light rooms, all with a marked good taste, that invite us to enjoy them to the fullest.

Rooms with retro touch

Rooms with retro touch
Studio area with direct exit to the outside
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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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