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How to Create the Ideal Spa-Like Bathroom

How to Create the Ideal Spa-Like Bathroom

Transform your bathroom into a relaxing oasis.Give your bathroom the ultimate makeover and give yourself a relaxing day at the spa every single day! Modern spa-inspired bathroom remodels offer both a luxurious spa retreat and a highly functional space. This balance...

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A Guide to Portland’s Architectural Home Styles

A Guide to Portland’s Architectural Home Styles

Bungalow, craftsman, foursquare, victorian — with over 150,000 houses in the city, Portland features a variety of unique and beloved home architectural styles. Our design and remodeling team has been updating and constructing Portland homes of all styles since 2002....

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Erin Davis Talks Galley Kitchens on freshome

Erin Davis Talks Galley Kitchens on freshome

We’re back on freshome and this time we’re talking galley kitchen design trends and best practices. Regular readers of the Mosaik Blog know we love sharing our expertise and what we’ve learned over the years. We’ve been featured on freshome before and are excited to...

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Erin Davis & Mosaik Featured in freshome

Erin Davis & Mosaik Featured in freshome

Exciting news! If you’re a regular reader of the Mosaik Blog, you know we’re always happy to share our interior design and remodeling expertise. So we’re thrilled to share that we were featured in a recent article over at freshome.com. Freshome is THE hub of online...

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8 Kitchen Organization Ideas We Love

8 Kitchen Organization Ideas We Love

The key to proper kitchen organization is to store everything while keeping your kitchen looking great and functioning smoothly. Seems simple, but with the grind of daily life and the realities of running a home, bad habits can form and messy kitchens can materialize....

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9 Great Ways to Enjoy Your Small Space

9 Great Ways to Enjoy Your Small Space

Today, the average newly-constructed American home is almost 3,000 square feet! But here in Portland, many homes are much smaller. The average home constructed in the 1950’s (like many of those in Portland’s most desirable neighborhoods) was less than 1,200 square...

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