Yesterday we featured a cedar-clad midcentury house in Portland, Oregon, with a design refresh from interior designer
Courtney Nye, who found a happy medium between her clients’ “Anthropologie” and “modern” styles. Here’s a closer look at her (mostly local) sources and a few ideas of our own.
For more of the house, see
Portlandia: Reimagining a Midcentury Ranch. Above: A large open space is split between the dining room (not pictured here) and the living room. Photograph by Luke & Mallory Photography, courtesy of Courtney Nye Design. Above: A walnut cabinet with a lacquered white top serves as a base for a vignette of art, lighting, and vases. Photograph by Luke & Mallory Photography, courtesy of Courtney Nye Design. Furniture Above: The exact sofa that Nye soured from Four Hands, an Austin-based furniture company, is no longer available, but a similar style from Four Hands is the Larkin 88-Inch Old Saddle Black Sofa, available at Big Daddy’s in Los Angeles for $2,914. You can also find it at Furnitureland South.
Above: The classic Eames Molded Plastic Rocker in white is $519 at Design Within Reach. Above: The Peninsula Leather Chair is handmade by Ben Klebba of Phloem Studio. For more, see Phloem Studio: Homegrown Furniture from Portland, Oregon. Above: The Woke Coffee Table in Marble and Brass is similar to the one Nye sourced from Rejuvenation in Portland (now unavailable). It’s $2,495 at ABC Carpet & Home. Other options are the Indian Marble Coffee Table or the Avery Coffee Table; $699 each at West Elm.