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simply color: portland four-square

by Lauren


Jessica Helgerson’s Portland-based interior design firm is truly amazing. I’m with Grace—if I could hire an interior designer, Jessica Helgerson would be at the top of my list! The room above is from an enchanting Portland four-square that Jessica and her team remodeled in 2009. I absolutely love the idea of a garden-inspired room! The soft wall color (Gray Wisp, Benjamin Moore) feels refreshing with the turquoise and green hues. I adore the Santos cage woman—she ties the room together quite nicely. The entire sneak peak is incredible, click here to take a look. —Lauren

Palette:
A. Aged Pine (Valspar), PMS 5535; B. Nordic Forest (Valspar), PMS 341; C. Swim (Valspar), PMS 630; D. Sycamore (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 573; E. Pearl White (Pratt & Lambert), PMS Cool Gray 1

Roundup:
1. Santos Cage Doll, $130; 2. Flowering Oregano, $58; 3. Oxidized Filigree Sphere, $498; 4. Terracotta Clay Pot Planter, $4; 5. Glass House Cloche, $98; 6. Folding Garden Chair, $198+; 7. Lily of the Valley Print, $220; 8. Tall Beach Bottle, $18; 8. Verdigris Watering Can, $16;

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