We read a lot about people doing fantastic kitchen makeovers on seemingly unlimited budgets, inspired by eclectic and colorful collections and stories. But what is unique about Pascale Steig's kitchen remodel, inspired by her grandmother's Belgian home, is how painstakingly thrifty she was with it, making ample use of salvage.
The standout feature in her kitchen is the tile backsplash, which she spent two years scavenging tile by tile in the seconds room of a local ceramics studio. On top of that, we're digging Pascale's use of space with her spice drawer and utility cabinet.
Images: Motoya Nakamura for The Oregonian