New owners put the finishing touches on the Charles P. Dose mansion in a brilliantly respectful rejuvenation.
Sandy Deneau Dunham
Sandy Deneau Dunham writes about architecture and design for Pacific NW and is associate editor of the magazine.
YOUR PLACE: It was a year of DIY discoveries as she turned her ideas into stunning reality.
300 square feet of light, bright new space optimizes spectacular views and an updated midcentury-modern vibe.
Fall Home Design: Rebuilding a Bainbridge Island home with a sense of history | Northwest Living VIEW
After a fire destroyed the retreat her great-grandparents built, a Bainbridge Island woman’s new home aims to re-create the feelings it held.
The home, originally designed by architect Raymond Peck in the 1950s, lives up to its potential by reclaiming its views, but not blocking its neighbors’.
In a gleeful expression of collaboration, a lakefront home merges contemporary and traditional design.
Your Place: A Bainbridge Island woman invests 1,700 hours of labor into a handcrafted backyard caravan | Northwest Living VIEW
Amazing artistic skills, and generous community help, contribute to a mobile masterpiece based on a Ledge wagon built in 1910.
Interior designer Amy May creates functional, purposeful spaces for a couple whose children grew up and moved out.
Two sisters share a striking new home on a tradition-filled stretch of Whidbey Island beach.
YOUR PLACE: A couple pours more than 20 years of hard (and whimsical) work into a Bainbridge Island home.