Posts Tagged ‘Jessica Helgerson’

A condo, part of a former warehouse, on Portland’s NW 13th avenue provides an excellent example of balance achieved through contrasts. Designer Jessica Helgerson started by painting the beams a dark grey and the walls a soft white then by adding soft grey upholstery, whisky toned woods and leathers, and heavy textiles, provided a perfect […]

The 1920’s Mediterranean style home is not very common in Portland but designer Jessica Helgerson shows that decor to match the structure’s design can be a light filled, bright, and happy interior.  Typical Mediterranean style can often be dark and heavy so the injection of hot pinks, oranges, and reds liven up the wood and […]

Take a tour of this beautiful South Portland, Oregon foursquare home designed by the talented Jessica Helgerson.  I love how she mixes light and dark with glass and ethnic touches to create a wonderfully eclectic home. The blown-glass sculptures are by Portland artist Andy Paiko. Helgerson also makes lighting an element of art through carefully chosen fixtures […]

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design features this gem of a house located on 5 acres on Sauvie Island, north of Portland that is being “recycled” for the fourth time.  It was built in the 1940’s as housing for shipyard workers, then flooding in 1948 floated the house to Sauvie Island where it became a goose-check station, […]

This stunning project was designed by Jessica Helgerson for a young family that wanted a very modern feel in their 100 year old Northwest Portland home.  By using varying whites and grays throughout, flow is brilliantly achieved. The  surprising pops of color, laser-cut mirrors in the entryway, and editing of furnishings creates a truly eclectic, […]