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Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Located on the Oregon Coast, in Bluff Bandon, where Coquille River meets the ocean, this contemporary wooden residence comes from Johnston Architects and is our idea of a stylish retreat. The architecture plan features an “L”-shaped building which is open to both the river and ocean. The amazing natural surroundings were not left out and large windows allow unobstructed views. Enormous cypress trees guard the area and were brilliantly integrated in the building’s design. A cool wooden deck is also part of the architecture. The interior features a modern design enriched with rustic elements and spacious rooms with a fresh feel. What do you say? Does this place match your escape dream home?

All View of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bluf Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Exterior of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bluf Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Livingroom of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bl Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Kitchen of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bluff Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Lounge of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bluff  Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Dinningroom of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects B Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Bedroom of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects Bluff Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

Main bedroom of Wood Home Decoration by Johnston Architects  Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

garden Decoration by Johnston Architects  Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects

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2 responses to “Contemporary Wooden Retreat by Johnston Architects” - Add yours!

  1. JoniB said:
    April 11, 2010

    Yes! This is the perfect escape! I love this because there is no overwhelming white on everything. The use of muted colors go very well with the warm woods. And I’m also pleased that they kept the trees. So many of these featured homes lack the beauty of trees.

  2. fliora said:
    February 4, 2011

    Best idea!