As Oregon's largest city, Portland is known for its top-notch food scene, and artsy, laid-back vibe. Creativity abounds across its five quadrants, whether it's delivered via chefs, bartenders, baristas, or designers.
Ranch was the first to go all-in, first in Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock’s lava lamp of a bar Poison’s Rainbow (344 N.E. 28th Ave.), then with a restaurant of their own on Northeast Dekum Street.
We collaborated again with the folks who opened Portland bar Poison’s Rainbow (including Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock) on this local pizza joint.
For proof, check out the brand-new Poison’s Rainbow, from Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock and the Title Bout bar group, with food by Ranch Pizza. Yes, there are probably about $5,000-worth of terrariums inside, and yes, the art budget may be unusually high, but with a basic, goofy, and reasonably priced drink menu and excellent food for sharing, Poison’s Rainbow already feels like another comfy neighborhood spot, albeit two notches cooler.
There are as many reasons to build a second, smaller home near your house as there are styles in which to design the self-contained flat.
Nobody wants a boring kitchen. Look to these three kitchens for color, style and personality inspiration to help keep yours from being forgettable.
Heidi Beebe and Doug Skidmore team up to create a budding firm—and bright new buildings.
Detached dwelling: Gina Ostby and Seth Gross' 754-square-foot smaller, new Southeast Portland home, which cost $208,000 or $276 a square foot, will be the Sunday, Sept. 10, tour. Photo provided by Kol Peterson of Build Small, Live Large: Portland's Accessory Dwelling Unit Tour
Watch the video of the tour here.
Owen Gabbert, LLC remodeled the kitchen, redid the bathroom (including the mirrors, and the shower), rebuilt the outdoor railings, and put in a beautiful cedar accent wall for the home features in this Schoolhouse Electric catalog.
Schoolhouse Electric featured in DesignMilk blog.
Dame featured in Willamette Week.