Rose City Renovation Part 1: Design Challenge

The Rose City Renovation project began as a run on sentence. There was no punctuation, no space left to see any one design element in particular. Wooden cabinets were everywhere and it was just a bit too “blah”. The prominent colors were brown and white. But the family who lives in the Rose City […]

By |March 19th, 2018|RRF Design in Progress|0 Comments

Zen Kitchen Part 1: The Design Challenge

Renovating an Outdated Kitchen
Kim and Jeff had an outdated kitchen. It was from 1982 and had been only cosmetically updated once in that time. When asked about what she didn’t like about her kitchen before, Kim stated, “It was just ugly.”

The rest of the home is a beautiful collection of art and an incredible […]

By |February 17th, 2018|RRF Design in Progress|0 Comments

Stress-Free Entertaining in Your Home

The holidays can be a lot of work. And if one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to entertain more and stress less, here is a handful of advice to make entertaining easier. If you’ve recently purchased or finished renovating your home, it can be really exciting to host your friends and family, so […]

By |January 10th, 2018|Food|0 Comments

A Rad, Colorful Condo Part 3: The Living Room

Living Room Design Philosophy
“Just live in your house.”

Robin shared the story about working with Robe and Kris on The Rad, Colorful Condo, and adamantly believes this about every project she works on: in the interior design industry, often clients insist that they are going to have different habits in their new space–they’re going […]

By |December 22nd, 2017|RRF Design in Progress|0 Comments

A Rad, Colorful Condo Part 2: Kitchen Design Solutions

You may remember the first post introducing A Rad, Colorful Condo and its particular design challenges and intricacies. Now we’re letting you in on all Robin’s secrets! Read the design solutions and view the finished product: a rad, colorful condo that is as fun and exciting as the couple who inhabits it.
The Design Philosophy: […]

By |December 3rd, 2017|RRF Design in Progress|0 Comments

A Rad, Colorful Condo Part 1: The Kitchen Design Challenge

The Kitchen Part 1: The Design Challenge
Robe and Kris are a fun couple. They have a beautiful condo in SW Portland that they share with their two Papillons, Momo and Bebe. They initially came to Robin Rigby Fisher with the dream of remodeling their kitchen, and the project slowly evolved to include the bathroom […]

By |November 10th, 2017|RRF Design in Progress|0 Comments

Robin Rigby Fisher Chosen as One of KBDN’s Top 50 Innovators

This year, Robin Rigby Fisher has been highlighted as one of Kitchen & Bath Design News’ Top 50 Innovators. She is thrilled to be selected and had a great time participating in the interview. This is the inaugural list “honoring some of the industry’s finest dealers, designers and industry leaders who are out there […]

By |November 8th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Find a Rainbow in Your Home – Happy National Find a Rainbow Day

In honor of National Find a Rainbow Day, April 3rd, we at RRF Design would like to reflect on the color trends we found earlier this year at KBIS and hope to see appearing in kitchen and baths this year.  We saw the rainbows exuberant colors all over the KBIS showroom in fixtures, appliances, […]

By |April 3rd, 2017|Color, Kitchen, Purple, Red|0 Comments

Tips for Saving Water in your Home

Today is World Water Day and is a great time for us to focus on some of the best ways to save money and the planet at the same time.

Tips for saving water in your home:

Start with the simple things – Quick fixes to your water use such as turning off the tap […]

Something About Mary


Please join me in congratulating Mary Culbertson on becoming an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD).   This achievement involved hard work, study, and lots of spicy food (mostly Thai).

Mary joined me just over a year ago and is ridiculously talented.  She has a fantastic eye for design and our clients have been benefiting from […]

By |January 4th, 2016|Design, Interior Design|0 Comments