The curved ceiling of the Fennell House is made of Douglas fir and the floors are Brazilian cherry. The floating home’s windows face west affording the open living space sunset views over the Willamette River.
This bathroom features a flush inset cabinet in vertical-grain Douglas fir panels. Black walnut panels, legs and door dowels accent the Zen look. Gray slate tile flooring adds to the Old World Japanese feel.
The main living spaces in the interior have an open concept design to make the most of the vaulted ceilings and expansive views. Exposed Douglas fir beams and gleaming hardwood floors add to the home's rustic grandeur.
This stylish hallway features dark brown and neutral terrazzo floors paired with Douglas fir wall paneling. Black steel supports are secured to a wall in order to suspend a thick sheet of frosted glass overhead, creating a tunnel-like effect.
This serene bedroom features Douglas fir paneling on the walls and ceiling, in addition to recessed lighting and gray concrete floors. Neutral bed linens add a soft look to the space, while a decorative sliding glass door allows the room to feel open.
Black barstools, countertops and a range hood create contrast against the white cabinets and light gray walls in this contemporary kitchen. A solid piece of Douglas fir is raised above the countertop on the kitchen island, providing a spot for casual dining. The wood paneled ceiling, which coordinates with the island and flooring, brings warmth to the dynamic space.