AFD renovated, furnished, and accessorized this condominium to bring in the love of color that our Floridian clients have back home, but with a PNW twist. . We added a significant amount of electrical including ceiling pendants for the dining room and wall sconces in both the living room and guest bedroom. The fireplace was refaced and a new paint color was chosen. We worked with the clients from afar as they live in Florida 8 months out of the year. Presentations via email were able to communicate the entirety of the project along with meetings over the phone. The project exudes a subdued coastal feel in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.  Photographed by  Elijah Hoffman
       
     
 A 1907 home completely remodeled by AshtonForDesign to meet the wants and needs of our client. Custom kitchens, bathrooms, and built-ins encompass the natural and colorful hues of the Pacific Northwest. A myriad of lighting has been added throughout the home to define areas. Walls and windows were moved, added and subtracted in order to create an interior environment that was the most efficient use of space.  photographed by  Terra Lange Photography
       
     
       
     
       
     
The Larson Residence
       
     
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  Something Borrowed  invited three of their favorite designers in the industry to design a den in their showroom warehouse. Each designer was able to pick and pull from Something Borrowed's inventory to come up with an original design. The designers were also able to bring in any of their own pieces. Each designer had 6 hours to design the den, have it professionally photographed by  WiseHart Vintage , and then taken down. A few key details in AshtonForDesign's den were: botanical illustrations adhered to the wall in various layouts, a custom vanity table and an array of uniquely placed plants. Her inspiration came from the owner of Something Borrowed. Lane' Bigsby wanted the den to be used in a way that was unexpected. Ashton of AshtonForDesign created a number of spaces within a space and used the inventory in exciting and new ways!
       
     
The Portland Design Auction in 2010