Playfulness Meets Sophistication in Oregon Home by Bright Designlab

The living room reflects the client's wish list, melding old and new with a custom rug designed by Bright Designlab with Tailor-Made Textiles and Pierre Frey custom pillows on the sofa. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 

When tasked with creating a residential interior that suited the clients' existing furnishings and achieved a contemporary aesthetic, the design team at Bright Designlab, a woman-owned firm in Portland, Oregon, jumped at the challenge. "Our clients came to us with a playful, bright-eyed energy that we poured into our overall concept, then drove every detail to encompass this energy into their space," said Ally Hasche, an interior designer at the firm who helmed the Regency Moderne Vintage project along with colleague, Katie Dahl.

Striking a balance between old and new, the team collaborated with contemporary designers on lighting and furniture, while layering in a variety of vintage pieces, like the Viggo Boesen sofa in the main bedroom, and the 1970s Ingo Maurer Uchiwa pendant in the dining room. Clients also were treated to a custom dining table and built-in sofa. "We constantly asked ourselves along the way: How are we using this hodgepodge of languages to create one design-centric conversation that embodies our clients’ personality?” said Hasche. The resulting aesthetic draws on vibrant patterns and textures to create a unifying thread throughout the space, such as custom upholstery and rugs. "We aim to breathe life into old spaces, and create comfortable, livable, intentional interiors for our beloved clients," adds Alissa Pulcrano, principal and founder of Bright Designlab. Mission accomplished. 

Jewel tones draw the eye in as the Uchiwa vintage chandelier draws the eye up. Custom dining room rug by Jan Kath, customized by Bright Designlab with Christiane Millinger, and custom dining table designed by Bright Designlab. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 
The design team infused the home with vintage pieces and contemporary accents, adding warmth and character. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 
The custom built-in sofa designed by Bright DesignLab with Perennials Fabrics and custom pillows designed by Bright DesignLab with Zak + Fox, Pierre Frey, offer an inviting space to relax. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 
Vibrant patterns and colors add an element of playfulness to the sophisticated design throughout the home. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 
The custom entry rug designed by Bright Designlab with Kush Rugs creates a striking statement. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 
The Viggo Boesen sofa in the main bedroom adds texture to the space. Photography by George Barberis, courtesy of Bright Designlab. 



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