Oregon Coast House by Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.
We were called in to furnish this house on a beautiful stretch of the Oregon Coast for a large family that will be spending lots of time there.
The house is divided into three levels, each with its own common living space as well as adjacent bedrooms. We wanted to give each level a special feeling of its own. . .
The upper level is light and elegant with a 16-foot-long sofa that curves gracefully on thin walnut legs, a handcrafted walnut lamp that curves to match the sofa, and a chandelier that reflects the ocean in hundreds of slightly irregular hand-blown glass drops.
The mid level is comfortable and warm with colorful rugs and cozy wing back chairs upholstered in linen and cowhide. We designed the game table and had vintage chairs upholstered to match it.
The lower level is playful and casual with a big sectional clad in reclaimed barn wood and a boat transformed into a day bed that hangs from the ceiling. The home theater has inviting velvet chairs, funny Mexican movie posters and pillows made from vintage silk scarves.
With very few exceptions nearly all the furniture is either of our design, and built here in Portland, or vintage.
Photos by Lincoln Barbour
Living room with sofa designed by JHID.
Dining room with variety of Wegner chairs, reclaimed teak table and handblown glass chandelier.
Home office with rug made from vintage belts.
Ocean view from deck.