Robin Rigby Fisher

Kitchen & Bath Designer • Portland, OR, United States

www.robinrigbyfisher.com/

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Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

browns / naturals • island • large kitchen • zonal design • contemporary

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

quartz countertops • glass tile backsplash • sapele cabinets • rangetop • floating shelves

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

custom soffit • stainless steel farm sink • clean up center • sapele cabinets • quartz countertops

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

contemporary fireplace • tile fireplace • stone fireplace • floating shelves • family room storage

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

pet designs • custom feeding station • hideaway feeding station

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

custom dog gate • glass pocket door • stainless steel trim on doors • pet designs

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

sapele barn doors • contemporary barn doors • barn doors with glass

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

beverage center • contemporary kitchen • flip up door • coffee center

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

beverage center • coffee center • flip up door

Capitol Hill Contemporary - Robin Rigby Fisher

Capitol Hill Contemporary

wall cladding • sculpted tile • red countertop • powder room • red ceiling • red/grey

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

wood porcelain tile • cork floors • ofuro tub • japanese soaking tub • lumicor panels • hubbardton forge lighting • contemporary design

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

two tone cabinets • cherry cabinets • cork flooring • tansu cabinet storage • glass pocket doors • dark stained trim • quartz countertops

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

walk in shower • porcelain tile • rock shower pan • glass tile • bamboo

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

cherry cabinets • two tone cabinets • tansu cabinet design • custom hand railing • lumicor panels • cork flooring

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

custom door casings • glass pocket doors • lumicor panels • two tone cabinets

Feng Shui Master Ensuite - Robin Rigby Fisher

Feng Shui Master Ensuite

art niche • led lighting • two tone wood accent

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

white cabinets • walnut cabinets • custom stainless sink • sink with 2 faucets • granite countertops • copper countertops • pratt and larson tile • craftsman design

Having the opportunity to work with a client on multiple homes is a pleasure and makes for a fun design project. When our client purchased her new condo it was a blank slate – literally. Everything was white – walls floors and ceilings. Her goals were: 1) to create a kitchen for her family of 3 professional chefs making a total of 5 people cooking when the family came together. 2) to open the kitchen to the dining room 3) for the products used in the remodel to be as locally sourced and American made as possible. Our only problem – we could not relocate the plumbing due to existing construction issues with the condo. Our decision to use all Subzero/Wolf products was easy. The previous kitchen we worked on together was also Subzero-Wolf, our client valued their functionality, quality, and that they are American made. The condo is located in a Historic part of the city where many Craftsman-styled homes are located. We chose to reimagine the all-white condo as a Chicago-styled Craftsman influenced by Purcell & Elmslie Architects After many design revisions we chose to have a custom 45” wide stainless steel sink manufactured locally that would accommodate 2 American made Waterstone faucets. Drain runnels were routed into the countertop for dish draining. Asko dishwashers flank each side of the sink. The sink wall is anchored on one side by a Subzero 700 Refrigerator and a 700 Freezer with an arched niche above for display and on the other side, a 36” wide tall dish storage with glass fronts and lighting inside. The cabinets, crafted locally, are of Black Walnut (native to our area) and 2 custom painted finishes. Opening the kitchen with the dining room, we created a large (6’ wide) arched opening at what is now the baking/serving center. Copper countertops reach into the dining room creating ample buffet space for entertaining large parties. The kitchen features a living wall for fresh herbs, a Wolf steam oven, wall convection oven and warming drawer. The 36” Wolf range is vented by a Best by Broan insert in a custom built hood, finished in American Clay plaster, walnut accents and a custom copper band. The backsplash behind the hood is locally manufactured Pratt and Larson tile and features a custom made niche for spices and 2 ledges designed specifically for the client’s iPad, complete with USB outlets installed below – hidden from view! In the corner, a cabinet was created specifically with an open bottom so that the owners 2 family cats could eat without being disturbed. The island cabinets were finished in an 11 step painted, distressed and glazed red and topped in Delicato granite that was antiqued with a chiseled edge. Above the island is a custom canopy with LED lighting in the crown to wash the ceiling. The light fixtures were custom designed through Portland-based Rejuvination Lighting. All recessed and decorative lighting fixtures are LED.
Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

arched opening • copper countertops • steam oven • craftsman design • walnut cabinets

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

copper cabinets • baking center • tv in kitchen • display cabinet • detailed crown moulding

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

pratt and larson tile • custom hood • craftsman design • spice storage • tiled niche • copper accents • copper countertops • wolf range

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

craftsman design • arched opening • copper countertops • dish storage • two faucets on one sink

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

pratt and larson tile • custom hood • copper countertops • ipad shelf • subzero refrigerator and freezer

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

craftsman dining room • quarter sawn oak • bar sink • stained glass buffet

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

tiled niche • pratt and larson tile • spice storage

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

custom crown moulding • quarter sawn oak • purcell and elmslie crown detail

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

craftsman room divider • display cabinet • cork flooring

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

craftsman crown moulding • walnut wood • tile accent

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

baking center • arched opening • rejuvination lighting • granite countertops • walnut cabinets

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

media storage • bacheldar tile • craftsman fireplace • cork flooring

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

ceiling accent • led lighting accent • copper accents

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R - Robin Rigby Fisher

Purcell and Elmslie Inspired R

cat feeding station • corner cabinet • cork flooring

Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

custom book cases • tufted sofa • traditional • traditional library • victorian

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

custom library • victorian • traditional • volutes

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware. The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

library • victorian • custom draperies

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

media center • corinthian columns • traditional • antique leaded glass

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

volutes • custom moulding • library

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

bronze mesh insert • traditional • victorian • edgar berebi hardware

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Trinity Library - Robin Rigby Fisher

Trinity Library

tufted ottoman • traditional • curved channel sofa • gold sofa

The inspiration for this project was grandiose, the library at Trinity College in Scotland. Our client worked on their Phd in this library. The challenge was to incorporate the feel and magnificence of the library into a modest cottage was impressive at best. The space we transformed is only 264 sq ft with 8' ceilings! We started by removing a window that had neither a view nor added to the natural lighting of the room. This wall became the main wall for books. The opposite wall features Corinthian columns, arched opening from the library to the living room and an entry builtin complete with a charging station for all their electronics! For furnishings, we had to accommodate both partners, he is 6'4" and she is 5'1". Custom furniture was designed to incorporate the client's love of colour (wine sofa, teal green ottoman, orange walls, and the new "antique" chair which brought all the colours together) and their divergent heights. The layout of the space works well for both of them to watch tv and behind the sofa is enough space for one of the owners (who is a professional writer) to use as a writing/research desk. During one of our earlier meetings with the cabinet maker and custom finisher, the cabinet maker suggested that the arched openings be made from slats of wood instead of plywood (plywood would not have been available in the 1700's), and that the finish would be done to replicate the use of tallow candles, which would result in the finish being darker near the ceiling. We incorporated custom-manufactured Volute scrolls, reused antiqued leaded glass doors in the media center, imported custom metal-grid work from England and Edgar Berebi Decorative Hardware.
Moroccan Powder room - Robin Rigby Fisher

Moroccan Powder room

moroccan tile patterns • pratt and larson tile • arabesque tile

Moroccan Powder Room - Robin Rigby Fisher

Moroccan Powder Room

pratt and larson tile • arabesque tile • brio faucet • lacava sink • walnut countertop

Accessible Shower - Robin Rigby Fisher

Accessible Shower

no threshold shower • browns / naturals • linear shower drain • tiled bench

accessible shower - Robin Rigby Fisher

accessible shower

grab bars • tiled niche storage • off-set valve

accessible shower - Robin Rigby Fisher

accessible shower

tiled bench • hand-held shower • grab bars

Traditional Aging in Place Bat - Robin Rigby Fisher

Traditional Aging in Place Bat

sonneman light fixtures • blue cabinets • marble counter tops

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