All those historic touches might be set in stone, but still there were plenty of opportunities for beautiful creativity.
Design solutions for making a home in the modern world.
DIY: A couple pour their hearts — and considerable skills — into a highly personal and frugal remodel | Northwest Living VIEW
Woodworker Stan Hain and ceramist Carol Gouthro are true working artists, and their Highland Park home is a testament to their talents.
Meandering gardens and a flock of sheep are part of the charm at this Whidbey Island farm | Northwest Living VIEW
The gardens at Wild Rose Farm above Penn Cove include pavers, pathways and millstones, and have been a labor of love for more than a...
The first residents of Lakeview Solar Community already are seeing beautiful benefits.
A creative collaboration turns an outdated and overgrown garden into a private paradise in Madison Park.
A three-story Kirkland home blends Northwest warmth and contemporary coolness | Northwest Living VIEW
This home right on the lake is truly built for lakeside entertaining.
In a historically huge project, Kevin Howard has spent 30 years remodeling an abandoned estate, whose new floors he crafted from pre-Civil War-era wood.
This Bellevue family’s romantic stone home evokes Old World Europe on Lake Washington | Northwest Living VIEW
This state-of-the-art home in Bellevue, both formal and informal, succeeds grandly on many levels.
This big, open home of clean lines and clear connections includes a tastefully unobtrusive outdoor batting cage for the kids.
After decades of work with the U.S. Foreign Service, a couple finds the right spot in Queen Anne, then the right house.
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