YOUR PLACE: World travelers turn their retirement-community apartment into a meaningfully curated gallery of their 60-year marriage.
Design solutions for making a home in the modern world.
This Bridle Trails house, and its yard, brilliantly captures the multifaceted essence of its owner.
Interior designer Joy Rondello created special spaces for the entire family, including Steven Rinella’s animal skulls and hides.
Easy-care, pet-friendly outdoor spaces build on a family’s remodeled home, and its spectacular views.
Neither shark nor human was injured in the making of this video, said Kitsap County 19-year-old Alex Winn.
A Windermere family’s durable, innovative, sustainable eHAB Cabin serves as a beautiful model of modular building.
Architect James Steel teams with his builder dad to create a contemporary aging-in-place home for both parents.
A Bellevue family transforms a 1954 home while leaving its street face intact | Northwest Living VIEW
Your Place: Two major remodeling projects add light, space and functionality inside, but the midcentury-modern exterior still fits in with the neighborhood.
A Maury Island hillside garden was a lot of work to create, and it’s a lot of work to tour | Northwest Living VIEW
Mary and Whit Carhart spent 16 years nurturing 2½ acres of spectacular gardens, combining plants and art in a dazzling — and exhausting — display.
All those historic touches might be set in stone, but still there were plenty of opportunities for beautiful creativity.
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