Girls feet up Interior designer Jessica Helgerson and her family had every goal of spending only a few nights of their new summer time home. But the weekend was a couple of weeks, and up until this present day, the Helgersons can not bring themselves to leave. "We came visiting at the weekend of my birthday & never left," says Helgerson.It’s simple to see why. The small home, situated north of Portland on picturesque Sauvie Island, is part of a wildlife and agricultural keep. "We fell in love with the place after our first hike, however it took a even as before we found our house. We noticed such a lot attainable on this house in spite of discovering it in a fully run-down state. Its measurement is certainly out of the strange for this place, but seeing that we have to scale things down, now we have all develop into more disciplined on the subject of what we eat & carry into the house," says Helgerson.Who lives here: Jessica Helgerson; her husband, architect Yianni Doulis; & their 2 kidsLocation: Sauvie Island, OregonSize: 540 square feet; 1 bed room, 1 bathtub , 1 slumbering loftThat’s fascinating: The home is in its 5th use. Previously it was once a unmarried-circle of relatives house in Vanport Village, a shipyard employee ‘s abode, a goose-checking station & an automobile mechanic’s run-down condominium. An extraordinarily scaled-down home and garden for a pair and their 2 kids fosters sustainability & togethernessThis entry was posted in Ideas and tagged Small Homes, Small Spaces, Stories, Tours by Duane Peterson. Bookmark the Girls feet up Homss excursion: a family of 4 unwinds in 540 square ft.
August 7, 2017