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Three families take different approaches to updating kitchens in older homes.
Nine ways to corral the winter wet.
A prefab house that’s both stylish and sustainable.
Pantone color expert Leatrice Eiseman paints her home in rainbow hues.
A well-crafted remodel of a West Seattle cottage adds just the right amount of room.
Capitol Hill shop Totokaelo goes beyond fashion forward apparel to intergalactic neonatural home decor.
Even in the era of Kindles and Nooks, a well-ordered bookcase brings character to a room.
March 13th, 2012
Geometry-inspired accessories look right at home in tech-savvy Seattle.
A house in the Issaquah Highlands designed by architect Scott Allen meets a modern family.
Ways to store your growing wine collection.
An Alessi Cronotime desk clock and Herman Miller Eames armchair at Velocity Art and Design, a trio of vases from NuBe Green, a Tom Dixon Fluoro light at Inform Interiors—hot new colors and hearth-warming hues brighten home design.
An outdated Craftsman kitchen comes into the now without a dramatic overhaul thanks to Jason Legat of Seattle’s Model Remodel.
The Northwest Net Zero House, built by Thomas Jacobson Construction, is the ultimate self-sustaining structure.
Brad Harlow let everyone else make the decisions while building his man cave. And he got exactly what he wanted.
For airplane interior engineer Steve Sauer, 182 square feet is big enough by far.