Owners didn’t want to play it safe when they designed their dreamy family home.
Rebecca Teagarden writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW magazine. She is also associate editor of the magazine. She loves great houses (of all styles, sizes and budgets) and the cool stuff we put in them. And she loves telling the stories of how they got that way. Maybe someday, she’ll call you...
A mix of old and new makes for a winning combination in Port Townsend cottage | Northwest Living VIEW
One piece of advice from the designer, if you’re trying this at home: “Don’t buy anything hideous.”
Architect Chris Patano and his wife, Emily Trittschuh, build a family — and a spacious, light-filled home — in West Seattle
A cheerful contemporary in the Mount Baker neighborhood is perfect for the whole family | Northwest Living VIEW
A severe remodel turned this lakeside home into a great space for three boys and their parents.
Only the totem pole remains on a rebuild of Sen. Warren G. Magnuson’s Queen Anne home | PNW Magazine VIEW
A Queen Anne couple, neighbors who knew the Washington senator, bought his former home from his family and put together a large, collaborative team to...
A Christmas-loving couple finished the job two previous owners had started, creating a beautiful family home out of a 10,000-square-foot former Navy administration office.
A growing family allowed its house to be used for the 2014 comedy ‘Laggies,’ then repaid the neighborhood by restoring a rotating Santa display.
The main floor is dark, mysterious. Upstairs is light, fresh, open. Oh, and there’s a view from Queen Anne Hill, too.
Home was updated with a bright and airy “strategic modern intervention,” while keeping its original look and charm.
In the 1980s, Charles Smith lived in his car. Now, the larger-than-life winemaker has moved from Walla Walla to the Seward Park neighborhood and lives...