Broadmoor Modern

On the historic grounds of Seattle’s Broadmoor community, a stunning modern home designed by architects Stuart Silk and Amanda Cavassa rises amidst the lofting trees with captivating interior design by award-winning Christian Grevstad.

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Wing House

Dubbed the “Wing House,” this stunning contemporary home is designed by Studio Zerbey and built by Swiftwater Custom Homes. The soaring roofline, lighting treatments, and furnishings are a nod to the owner’s international life in aviation.

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Beautiful Balance

K&L Interiors and Ainslie-Davis Construction team up to reconfigure a Dutch Colonial home in the Mt. Baker neighborhood, taking care to seamlessly blend new additions with the home’s cherished historic character.

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Northwest Hilltop

Working with a talented team, including Tim Schouten of GSW Architects, builder Jeff Johnson of JDL Development, Inc., and Midori Karasawa of Style Guide Interior Design, the owners of this West Hills home embraced the transformation of its 1980s roots from dark and cavernous to open and light-filled with a sleek new exterior.

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Home On The Ridge

Wise Design, Sasquatch Architecture, and Soren Clark of Owen Gabbert, LLC, join forces to remodel this Alameda Ridge home in Portland, improving function and flow, and adding much needed warmth and modernity, as well as better connection to its stunning city views.

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Concrete Beauty

Warm and inviting, this modern concrete home in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood balances heft and durability with an expansive, nature-centered lightness.

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In The Spotlight

Less White More Bright

Eschewing popular home-makeover trends, this family of five opted for something more dramatic. One significant structural change and a darkly masculine color palette transformed an oppressive 90s-era kitchen into a sophisticated and spacious place for entertaining and daily use.

Custom cabinets in Iron Ore from Sherwin Williams prioritize plenty of storage. Their double height makes use of previously dead space at ceiling level. A clever pull-out coffee hub and lower drawers throughout make for easy access and tidy-up. The handmade tile backsplash from Cle Tile adds a bespoke, artisan texture.
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