Oasis In The City

Landscape designer scot eckley composes personalized, open-air rooms for living. Hardscapes and organics combine architecturally to create a peaceful but functional garden sanctuary just a wall away from this busy, urban seattle neighborhood.

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Condo Reimagined

The remodel started with the kitchen, where the couple like to cook every day. Custom cabinetry by Hammer & Hand and Precision Custom Cabinets has a sleek integrated handle, and is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Rushing River. Appliances like the Sub-Zero Classic refrigerator/freezer, Blue Star range, and Sub-Zero wine storage are from Eastbank Contractor Appliances. The homeowners’ existing dining table and chairs are illuminated by the Huxley small pendant by Park Studio LA.

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Modern Fit

Long-time residents of this well-established community on the shores of Lake Washington chose Seattle architect Paul Moon of Paul Moon Design to create a relaxed, contemporary home worthy of its surroundings, while Moon relied on Bender Wasenmiller Custom Builders of Bellevue to bring his vision fully and expertly to life.

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Timeless Tudor

seattle interior designer emily ruff of cohesively curated interiors worked hand-in-glove with ruslan Opanasevych of complete construction & remodel to transform a previously remodeled but awkward kitchen in this classic 1926 seattle home overlooking lake washington into an elegant, light-filled gathering place that no one wants to leave.

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Coming Home

Transforming a mature lot on Mercer Island into a Northwest Contemporary home for a family of five was a harmonious collaboration between homeowner, designer, architect, and builder. Eschewing tradition, these world travelers knew precisely what they wanted – and didn’t want – resulting in a dynamic, elegant, and casually welcoming home.

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Yo-Ju Courtyard House

Wittman Estes and DME Construction craft a private retreat surrounded by nature in the most unlikely of places: a busy city street.

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In The Spotlight

East Meets West

Portland designer Garrison Hullinger teams with an East Coast architect to create a colonial home with contemporary interiors in Connecticut.

 The kitchen is my favorite room in the house for entertaining, doing homework and being together,  says Jennifer, who worked with Garrison to add a more modern take to the initial drawings, including picking the statement stone, cabinet fronts, hardware, colors, cabinet style, faucets, perimeter countertops, and backsplash.
 
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