Thordarson Construction Inc.

Project: Lake Oswego Interior Remodel

We were entrusted by a family to transform their 1960′s home into a space they’re proud to call home and can live in for years to come.  It now resembles the era of the home but with many upgrades throughout to bring it in to the 21st century!  The homeowners took care of the demolition and we took their vision and turned it into a masterpiece that they’ll treasure.  A few of the items that were completed:

With a beautiful new paint job, roof, windows and new garage door this home is exactly what the home owner wanted
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Beautiful new clear vertical grain douglas fir front door
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The floors are the only thing original in this photo and they were refinished.  New entry tile, all new textured sheetrock, LED recessed lights as well as new light fixtures.
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The fireplace in the living room was kept original with the exception of a gas log lighter and new mantle.
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The original layout featured a separate dining area and kitchen.  We transformed it into an
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Another angle of the dining room looking out of the picture windows
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The kitchen features a microwave drawer in the island as well as a Bosch sliding downdraft that, when not in use, retracts into the island.
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The kitchen layout is unique in the fact that it has limited upper cabinet space which was done to allow for 3 large picture windows with a great view and a ton of natural light.  The open concept also allows people to be able to converse whether they're in the kitchen, dining room or family room.
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The master was originally two small bedrooms.  One of the bedrooms was changed into a walk in closet and a master bath, allowing the owners their own private retreat
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The master bath features a 2 sink vanity with full height linen closet to the right, 2-person shower with rain head in the ceiling and a large soaking tub.
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A great tub to relax in after a long day
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The second bedroom on the main floor features a built-in study desk as well as a full bathroom.
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A unique feature in this home is a laundry chute.  The top is accessible through the powder bath vanity and it drops into this cabinet, 5 feet from the washer and dryer.
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This door was a challenge.  The owner wanted a door that appeared to be the original single panel door but was a new, 4 panel insulated door.  What we built was a 4-panel door with hand-picked tongue and groove cedar cut to match the joints in the panels.  When the door is closed you'd never know it's not a single panel
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What every homeowner in Oregon wants!  This covered patio features a natural gas Bromic heater to make the deck space more comfortable on those cold days as well as LED recessed lights and direct access to the kitchen.
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Before & After - Exterior
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Before & After - Dining Room
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Before & After - Porch
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Before & After - Kitchen
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Before & After - Kitchen
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Before & After - Living Room
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