Mary Forsythe, houseboat owners resolved to sell all their wealth for the sake of wandering and ambition to roam the ocean. This mainly resolution was a crazy idea, Mary Forsythe “The next thing you know, we have a boat … and almost everyone thought we were” crazy. After all, their houseboat is unique and made as comfortable as possible for occupancy.
One of the greatest dares the construction crew faced was the boat’s curved walls and ceilings. The master bedroom is a woodworking masterpiece, with paneled walls custom-fit to relocate this. Larger than the kitchens distinctive, designer Mary Ann Falkenberg determined enough storage space in the slim space.
When the Forsythes took possession of the 79-foot-by-26-foot boat, it only had a few windows on the upper deck. Desiring more space and light, they resolved to elevate the ceiling, push out the walls, and enhance more windows.[Via]