An especially respectful second-story addition represents a welcome change — as in, ‘Welcome! Come on in!’
Sandy Deneau Dunham
Sandy Deneau Dunham writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW and is associate editor of the magazine.
A substantial, subtle update by interior designer Paula Devon Raso adds layers of colors and details — along with one brand-new, blended-in room.
One of the owners of Ainslie-Davis Construction re-creates the childhood home her dad built in the 1960s VIEW
This new midcentury-modern-inspired home in Madison Park, just blocks away, is familial and very familiar.
GETAWAYS: A family compound with room for kids, dogs, guests and plenty of sports equipment serves as a beautiful base for year-round recreation.
2 architectural road trips, 3 distinct Northwest getaway homes — and environments.
A family’s Ellensburg-area ‘cabin’ nestles into its surroundings to create a relaxed and recreational state of mind VIEW
GETAWAYS: The Kane family of Sammamish enjoys ‘the 509 lifestyle’ and all the active opportunities that go with it.
GETAWAYS: This B.C. retreat snuggles into its wild surroundings — and stands out as the cover of a new monograph on the legendary Olson Kundig...
Seattle author’s new book ‘Little House in the City’ — and a just-the-right-size home for twin sisters in Wallingford — answers questions of space.
It’s a coordinated effort in this 3-level Eastlake condo with an industrial vibe.
The homeowners plan to age in place — gracefully and gratefully — in their new ‘Light House on Puget Sound.’