A Year in Review: We’ve been busy here at Versatile. With more than 100 custom sash, window and door projects and more than 50 cabinetry projects completed in 2017 here’s a few we’re most proud of:
A Year in Review: Sellwood Pool Bathhouse Windows
The Sellwood Pool Bathhouse was built in 1910. We matched the original windows exactly by bringing the originals into our shop to replicate.
A Year in Review: The Sovereign Hotel
Built in 1923, the Georgian-style Sovereign Hotel was designed by Carl L. Linde. We made several solid white oak doors and storefront assemblies with beautiful arched transom windows. This was one of the first forays into using the CNC machine for arched details—making them faster, more accurate and safer to produce.
A Year in Review: Setzoil Door Modification
Being entrusted to modify an original Leroy Setziol door was certainly a highlight for 2017. We improved the door structure and make it easier to hang in the jamb, removed and replaced the dated veneer on the interior and edges of the door, using clear vertical grain (CVG) fir and teak.
A Year in Review: Hollywood Theatre Doors
We worked with Arciform and architect, Paul Falsetto to create the updated entry system for the historic Hollywood Theater.
A Year in Review: 30th & Killingsworth Storefront
This entryway for the popular restaurant Autentica features double-hung windows and transoms.
A Year in Review: Custom Midcentury Modern Credenza Set
We had fun designing these custom pieces in a classic retro style.