A building interior is more than just shelter – it’s where you do life. At Black Rabbit, we believe that aesthetic, material and methods matter. Influenced by geographical ethos, we bring the style and sensibility of the Northwest into our interior building projects and interior design. Whether you’re looking for a home remodel, interior design or a custom building project we are here to help bring your ideas to life.
Design build is an industry specifically skilled to beautify interior living spaces. Traditionally, homes are not built nor furniture manufactured to complement an individual personality. Black Rabbit wants to change that. We believe that a home should breath personality and share in the family name. We believe in home interiors that work for you, not your working around the home.
Black Rabbit’s interior design build process can be broken down into two major categories: interior remodels and custom built furniture pieces. In both of these niches, we bring ethical business practices and sustainable reclaimed products into use as much as possible. We strive to make your home life and the environment a beautiful place that lasts for generations.
Black Rabbit was asked to take a bleak, empty office building in SW Portland and turn it into a functional and fashionable work space. Infusing a modernistic design with earthy tones and a masculine feel, the end result was an office space that broke the norms. Upgrading from the cubicle divider, Black Rabbit built individual office nooks topped with reclaimed roof beams salvaged from an old Portland bar. 2-Inch thick maple butcher block desks juxtaposed with cement board accent walls adds a modern and contemporary feel to a traditionally sterile office environment. This is design build at its best.
Ikea furniture wasn’t making the cut for the central furniture piece in a Southeast Portland loft. Black Rabbit was asked to custom build a solid walnut wood coffee table to use as the central living room piece. A rich and hearty piece of walnut wood was planned down and one edge “waterfalled” at a 45-degree angle. This creates a continuous grain pattern up one leg and through the top of the table. Lastly, a crystal clear varnish was applied with long smooth brush strokes, revealing the deep and rich colors naturally found in the walnut wood. We were glad to hear it gave the living room the right amount of Oregonian style.