The modern living room in this houseboat is bathed in plenty of natural light from the large windows on each wall, and with a large sectional for ample seating, this space is perfect for relaxing or entertaining.
This sleek, contemporary houseboat by architect Jim Olsen offers only 1,000 square feet of living space. But with wraparound windows, epic skyline views, luxury amenities and of course waterfront access, this tiny gem packs a serious design punch.
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.
Waiting for the big idea to strike? There's plenty to inspire in this airy, bright workspace. Everything you need is here: comfortable seating, generous (yet subtle) storage ... and you can't beat the view from that office window.
Located in IJburg just minutes from the city’s center, the large deck doubles the living space and provides guests plenty of clean fresh air. There’s also ample seating for visitors to enjoy an adult beverage or four.
Plenty of natural light brightens this midcentury modern kitchen featuring white cabinets and orange soapstone countertops. Dark brown wicker bar stools provide a seat with a view to the adjoining living room and upper deck.
Only 36 inches in height from floor to ceiling, this small bedroom has the illusion of being larger thanks to the graphic design of the retro-inspired crochet quilt. A brown curtain slides over to hide the staircase and built-in storage shelves.