The ambiance associated with Northwest Portland is perfectly depicted in a remodeled home known as NW Johnson Street. The home was originally constructed back in 1907 as a Craftsman-style abode. The folks at Jessica Helgerson Interior Design were hired to renovate the interior of the home into a more modern and functional space. The kitchen was once entirely too crowded, and the floors had an outdated checkered pattern that needed replacing. It now sports a forest view with hardwood floors and walnut countertops.
- Built in 1907, this antique Craftsman-themed home is located in North Portland, Oregon.
- The professionals at Jessica Helgerson Interior Design have been tasked with converting the dwelling back into a single-family home.
- The design team added architectural design elements like columns and coffered ceilings to bring back some of the home’s character that was lost through numerous renovations.
“The aesthetic direction for the house was to create an ode to the Pacific Northwest—an apt choice, considering the home sits on the edge of Portland’s 5,200-acre Forest Park, one of the largest urban forests in the United States.”