We couldn’t be prouder to be a part of this year’s Street of Dreams in the Highlands of Lake Oswego. We partnered with Garrison Hullinger Interior Design and Westlake Development Group. Our hardware can be found in four of the nine houses.
We loved working with GHID on their Sandhill Crane house. They used Ragnar, the newest addition to our product line, because of how well it rhymed with the unique composition of materials, angles, and open spaces of the home’s design. Sandhill Crane was built with contemporary living in mind and boasts wonderful views of Mt. Hood.
“The clean lines and modern vibe of Krownlab's Ragnar is a perfect compliment,” said Collin Kayser, Senior Interior Designer at GHID.
“The engineering, finishes, and overall design of the hardware fit well within the interior while functionally allowing the user to open up rooms in a more visually appropriate way.”
In addition to the Sandhill Crane, the Serenity and the Adeline feature Krownlab hardware. Serenity, a Prairie inspired house, uses Baldur hardware, while the Adeline, a more traditional look, has Oden.
Chown Hardware also chose to use Krownlab’s Oden hardware in their work with Brian Schmidt Builder, Barclay Home Design and Ronda Divers Interiors on the Joie de Vivre house. It artfully separates the home office from a back storage area.
We are especially pleased to be a part of this year’s event. For the first time the Street of Dreams includes a remodeled home, the 1950 Shaw House. It designed by the legendary Portland architect, John Yeon.
Go to the the Street of Dreams website for more information or to buy tickets to see our hardware in person. Visit Northwest Natural Gas for a three dollar off coupon. Street of Dreams will be open through the end of August.