A couple of weeks ago, SBaird Design was contacted by a writer from HGTV online. The writer, Colleen, had seen images of some of our work through Houzz and then on our website. After a bit of back in forth and a culling of images and projects, one image of Shannon’s former home + design project in West Linn caught their eye. SBaird Design and Shannon’s hard work to lovingly restore a Mid Century classic is included in an article about successful room dividers. Check out #17!
We are in our 9th month of the extensive remodel of a 1969 home on the ocean in Manzanita, Oregon.
The very slightly pitched flat membrane roof is on, Kolbe CVG fir interior and clad exterior windows were installed, the ipe soffits are up, copper flashing is on, wood burning rais fireplace is in, electrical, sound system wiring, rough in plumbing, insulation is done, the radiant floor heat is being installed, the deck framing is up, sauna and outdoor shower has been framed out and the ipe siding is about to commence. The home is starting to take shape in it’s appearance. An absolute jewel box it will be.
two new tiny homes on a corner lot in n. portland near n. mississippi to be rented for short term stays
colors to be used citronella, kashmir green, bright yellow, hot lips and pretty pink
in the process of paint, finished homes will be shown soon
sign on property for precision home and hardscape – general contractor and my company
the roof has been taking off, rain has intruded, the hole in the floor is where the old chimney was, the blue tape is the size of the new windows that will be installed soon.
we started sanding the beams so that we could see what happened when the stain was removed
all of the siding is removed now
the original tile floor in the entry which we intend to keep
Initial drawings that Delaney and I came up with for a custom bed, constructed of walnut slabs for a client.
and the finished design. Very simple.
the oregon black walnut chosen to fabricate the bed from
final pieces coming together
detail of headboard
detail of rails