Roofing work is expensive, and, unless you purchase carefully, you may spend thousands of more-than-necessary dollars to get less-than-satisfactory results. Here are Puget Sound Consumer's...
The third-generation homeowner considers herself the ‘caretaker’ of the family home her grandparents built in the 1950s.
YOUR PLACE: A reworked and newly personalized Madison Park home gets serious points for originality.
It’s a point of return for a legacy home, and property, on a peninsula near Gig Harbor.
YOUR PLACE: An architectural designer honors the legacy of Paul H. Kirk’s 1970 design.
It took 5 remodeling stages over 9 years to gorgeously update and unite a 1965 rambler.
Ready for the return of waterbeds? Charlie Hall, the Bainbridge Island inventor of them, has a comeback planned 50 years after their debut. And he’s...
The ‘mini-me’ guesthouse in Woodway reflects on, and updates, a classic Shingle-Style theme.
Spurred by a kitchen switcheroo, Hilary Young Design Associates achieves a makeover takeover.
Puget Sound Consumers’ Checkbook’s surveys of local plumbing outfits turned up dozens of excellent options in the area. Here’s what they suggest to get the...