Sculptor Ron Klein and lifelong gardener Mary Fulnecky have cultivated a garden of charming collected details.
Design solutions for making a home in the modern world.
Through a multiyear interior-design project, a Capitol Hill home and its owner are transcendentally transformed VIEW
This is the ‘House of Wonder.’ This is where the magic happens.
A strategic aesthetic and structural remodel brings cohesion and symmetry to a Yarrow Point home VIEW
After many updates over the years, there’s now new balance — and new beams — in this 1940s-era waterfront home.
This sophisticated series of plants — many with little color, but a lot of texture — doesn’t require too much attention.
But it is the award-winning ‘Granny Pad’ — a DADU in Maple Leaf that’s marvelously modern in design, and purpose.
The remodel of an 1890 building creates modern living and gallery spaces while maintaining the historical exterior VIEW
Architect David Hall uses artful preservation to update the interior of a La Conner building.
Hope Foote, a pioneer in Northwest contemporary design, originally designed this timeless 1951 Windermere home ‘to have stand-up quality.’
Pathways wind through flowers, fruit, vegetables and chickens in a couple’s purposefully nonlinear garden VIEW
This Three Tree Point garden is ahead of the curve with spaces for privacy, views and fun.
A new home on Lake Sammamish represents a process of give-and-take — and a huge win for compromise VIEW
There were 2 architects involved in this sparkling design — including one of the homeowners.
A classic Queen Anne home holds stunning surprises on every level.
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