A West Seattle family’s custom detached accessory dwelling unit has plenty of room for fun and function.
Design solutions for making a home in the modern world.
We asked local architects and interior designers — along with readers, via Facebook — to share their votes for downtown Seattle’s most beautiful building.
Kat and Tim King of Land2c Landscape Architecture tame a slippery slope with flowing, private spaces and beautiful tableaux.
Drawing on the 2014 Case Study House, a new modern showpiece adapts for another partner’s family.
Readers share artful solutions to old windows, bare showers and broken light fixtures.
First-time homeowners took advantage of the solid bones of their 1904 house and added longevity, function and beauty.
The back garden is back in business with lower-maintenance plants, a focal shed, and lots and lots of inspiration
Architect Patricia Emmons seamlessly adds an internationally inspired, four-level elevator tower to a couple’s stately brick home.
YOUR PLACE: World travelers turn their retirement-community apartment into a meaningfully curated gallery of their 60-year marriage.
This Bridle Trails house, and its yard, brilliantly captures the multifaceted essence of its owner.
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