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Seattle’s latecomer warm weather means outdoor spaces stay relevant well into fall.
Find your home in Seattle’s first neighborhood.
Reconnect with downtown Seattle in a new vertical living property by the one of the world's largest sustainable developer of urban neighborhoods.
This Beacon Hill office-turned-nursery kept mom's taste in mind while leaving plenty of room for her daughter's.
After eight years in Fremont, the furniture shop's moving in right next door to the Nordic museum.
A move to Seattle prompted this Eastside family to trade modern Scandi for a not-so-traditional Tudor.
Susie Gress's TV-famous gathering space brims with Northwest contemporary architecture.
Fruitsuper and Fringe bring curated homegoods to Seattle’s most historic district.
The Magnolia craftsman uses traditional window-making techniques to restore timelessness to classic houses.
'Tis the Season
Don't panic. There's still time. And we've rounded up a few ideas for the food lovers, bibliophiles, and self-care aficionados in your life.
Achieve that good kind of visual clash in your home by layering shapes, textures, and colors.
100 Great little Shops
Pared down and minimal or rustic Pacific Northwest, these dens of decor help make homes feel, well, sweet. And stylish, too.
How the home of a pioneering Microsoft programmer–turned–climate advocate could lead the way in energy efficiency.
These two Midwest transplants made their dream of an open, airy Northwest home a reality.
Add some story to your home without overdoing it.
Bernie Yee and Stefanie Smith couldn’t find the right modern space in Greenwood. So they had one made to order.
Interior designer Sara Knowles gives a contemporary town house a harmonious finish—on a deadline.
This roof is on fire.
At home with interior designer Brian Paquette and the latest addition to his keen-eyed team, Liza Curtiss
Have to Haves
Summer is here, and so is our special edition of road trip–worthy #IOTMs.