Living Afloat

What is better than a waterfront home? One that is part of the water.  Originally built in the 1940s this Seattle floating home was remodeled to provide a new level of modern luxury to this piece of history that was once a boarding house for loggers.

Floating Home Project | North Lake, Washington   

You might think that living on the water means giving up the comforts we have grown so fond of, but unless you count your driveway as one of those you would be wrong.  

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The blue-grey trim encapsulates the exterior design, perfectly fitting the home into the natural surroundings. The reflections from the windows create a sense of entrancement, allowing the outdoor living space to feel disconnected from the realities of day-to-day.

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The blue-grey trim encapsulates the exterior design, perfectly fitting the home into the natural surroundings. The reflections from the windows create a sense of entrancement, allowing the outdoor living space to feel disconnected from the realities of day-to-day.

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