Stackable glass doors help in separating the various zones within the home while allowing natural light to flow through. The contemporary kitchen is the showstopper of the house with its stunning island and sleek ergonomic design. The decor is kept modern and neutral with bold colors barely making their presence felt.
The North Bay Residence itself has been designed to bring together unabated views of the that is a stone’s throw away and in complete seclusion. The presence of a county road on one side of the house meant that both acoustic and visual privacy were a big issue and this conundrum was solved with the use of a large stone wall.
The living area family room and the bedroom embrace a beautiful Mid-century flair with elegant pops of color vintage decor and a design that adopts clean straight lines. The U-shaped silhouette of the house creates a lovely outdoor courtyard complete with a fireplace and lounging area which extends the living space outside.
High ceilings large shelves that reach all the way to the top and a warm color palette with jewel-toned decor were used by Jessica Helgerson Interiors Design to get the job done. As a tribute to the residence’s past ladders are added to each room giving the home an interesting appeal.
The charm of big city lights high skyscrapers and the fast-paced life often wears off quickly and we tend to find ourselves longing for a quiet private retreat that is closer to nature. Located in a secluded neighborhood of Oregon this gorgeous family house belongs to the founder of Schoolhouse Electric.