0
Your shopping cart is empty.
Inspiration for a beach style living room remodel in Seattle

Portland Floating HomeBeach Style Living Room, Seattle

BC&J Architecture designed a floating home that is now located at its permanent location on the Willamette River in Portland. The home was constructed at a Marina an hour from the final home location. Upon completion, the home was floated up the Willamette River to the current site.
The homeowners were looking for a river side, cottage style house well suited to entertaining. At 2,100 square feet, the home has an open floor plan with a large kitchen opening to a dining room and the living room with views onto the river.
Upstairs, the master bedroom extends toward the river under a large centered dormer. On the opposite side of the master bedroom is a bonus room under a symmetrical dormer that will serve as guest quarters when adult children and grandchildren visit.

Inspiration for a beach style living room remodel in Seattle —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Seattle
This photo has 3 questions
apasionada wrote:Oct 24, 2016
Kalynn wrote:Dec 7, 2016
  • PRO
    BC&J Architecture

    Hello, kdean7. The dimension of the pop out is 10' x 2' 11", which fits this Cisco Brothers bench perfectly.

ddelm wrote:Oct 25, 2016
  • PRO
    BC&J Architecture

    Hello, ddelm. The cabinets on either side of the fireplace are 1' 10" deep. The shelves are 11" deep.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

baanthony
Bryan Anthony added this to All Aboard! A Return Voyage for 5 Stylish Floating HomesApr 2, 2019

Sailboats can be seen floating by through the home’s living room windows, which bring in plenty of light. Tongue-and-groove alder wood painted white was used for the wall and ceiling. The sofa and armchairs are covered in linen slipcovers for easy cleaning, and the colorful braided rug is a family heirloom.

jsheer
Julie Sheer added this to Houzz Tour: A Floating House Perfectly Suits a Sailing CoupleOct 11, 2016

Sailboats can be seen floating by through the home’s living room windows, which bring in plenty of light. Tongue-and-groove alder wood was used for the wall and ceiling. The rug is a family heirloom passed down from Bill’s grandmother.Gas fireplace: Mendota; sofa, chairs, window seat: Cisco Brothers

What Houzzers are commenting on:

i__i_
I. I. added this to I.'s ideasMay 4, 2019

love walls of windows, specially w/those views

lesa61
lesa61 added this to FireplaceMay 3, 2019

doesn't have tile on front of the fireplace floor

lara_bubalomanor
LBM added this to Cape CodApr 26, 2019

"Sailboats can be seen floating by through the home’s living room windows, which bring in plenty of light. Tongue-and-groove alder wood painted white was used for the wall and ceiling. The sofa and armchairs are covered in linen slipcovers for easy cleaning, and the colorful braided rug is a family heirloom."

jeminahvh
jeminahvh added this to Beach basementApr 22, 2019

cupboards and shelves on sides of fireplace

Similar Ideas
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Portland Floating Home
Blackfish
Portland Floating Home
Hancock Park English Tudor
The Great Room
Portland Floating Home
Contemporary Hamptons Shingle
Contemporary Classic
Hollywood Riviera Remodel
Capitol Island Fireplace and Window Seat Built-In
Living Rooms with Similar Colors
Oceana The Palm , Dubai
A Tribeca Loft
Evergreen Drive
Transitional Living Room in Frisco, TX
reconstruction of a stone house in Trahila - Mani
McDonnell Residence
Portfolio
Best of Show | 542 S. Lancaster Ave.
446 Woodspring

Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268 (Mon-Sun).