Design solutions for making a home in the modern world.
This 1920s Broadmoor home defied definition — until a major remodel ushered in a new era of unmistakable ‘casual elegance’ VIEW
Most of the roof and upper floor were ‘strategically removed’ to create better circulation, functionality, a whole new interior and cohesive consistency.
Sharalyn Ferrel uses art, glass and plants to create welcoming outdoor spaces that are perfect for entertaining.
Newly married, a Magnolia couple tackles a pretty ambitious first project — an entire home in the backyard VIEW
YOUR PLACE: This contemporary DADU is the result of a shared vision that’s as clear as its stunning views.
A West Seattle couple updates a notable 1966 Ralph Anderson home with a curated collection of special, meaningful pieces VIEW
Architect Steve Hoedemaker and his husband, Tommy Swenson, modernize a midcentury-modern home with a unique perspective on the world.
A new modern farmhouse on Bainbridge Island nestles into all kinds of nature, and nurtures all kinds of family ties VIEW
A couple retires to meaningful family land, in a woodsy home designed for aging in place.
Sculptor Ron Klein and lifelong gardener Mary Fulnecky have cultivated a garden of charming collected details.
Through a multiyear interior-design project, a Capitol Hill home and its owner are transcendentally transformed VIEW
This is the ‘House of Wonder.’ This is where the magic happens.
A strategic aesthetic and structural remodel brings cohesion and symmetry to a Yarrow Point home VIEW
After many updates over the years, there’s now new balance — and new beams — in this 1940s-era waterfront home.
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