This three-level, four-bedroom, 4,422 square foot house abutting Portland’s Forest Park was completed by William / Kaven Architecture and Metcalf Design & Construction in 2023. The upper level offers green roofing.

Modern Treehouse

William / Kaven Architecture and Metcalf Design & Construction overcome challenging terrain to design and build a peaceful enclave adjoining Portland’s Forest Park.

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Art Deco stools from J Garner Home by J. Alexander face The Stone Collection’s backlit Blue Agate Slab. Harriet Industries antiqued brass countertops and shelves. Custom door and Fumed Oak casework with Brass Metal Screed details and leather panels by Stusser Woodworks.

Penthouse Perfection

NB Design Group and Hoxie Huggins Construction answered these world travelers’ desire to transform a notorious, but muted Seattle penthouse into a boldly vibrant abode.

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In this 3,800-square-foot custom house on the Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon, the Marvin windows and doors, and La Cantina folding door were sourced from Parr Lumber.

Life on the River

A family of four enjoys the life aquatic in this custom riverside home in Bend by Karen Smuland Architect, Harper House Design, and Trevin Duey Construction.

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The most stunning feature of this modern home is the wall of Fleetwood sliding glass doors from Cherry Creek Windows & Doors, providing an unfettered view of the Salish Sea.

Lopez Island Look-out

The most stunning feature of this modern home is the wall of Fleetwood sliding glass doors from Cherry Creek Windows & Doors, providing an unfettered view of the Salish Sea.

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After spotting the English Hartley Botanic greenhouse a few years ago, the homeowners found the perfect spot for it on the back patio. Furniture includes powder coated aluminum swivel chairs from Sutherland Furniture and McKinnon Harris table and chairs with Thibaut fabric from the Dixon Group.

Orcas Island Oasis

Julie Kleiner of Massucco Warner takes traditional Pacific Northwest design to a fearlessly fun level with bright, warm colors perfect for a pair of globe-hopping leisure pilots new to Orcas Island.

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The fireplace takes pride of place in the reworked great room. The honed Basalt hearth and surround from Bedrosians is topped with Pro-fit Alpine Ledgestone and features a Max Heat, Marquis 39 Series fireplace insert.

Santa Barbara Meets Sammamish

Mixed materials spanning warm modern to organic industrial inform this Lake Sammamish remodel, transforming a clunky and cliché
lake property into an eclectic and inviting one.

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In the kitchen, RH Machinist Cylinder Glass Pendants hang above the substantial island, topped with an Adacia Quartzite Honed countertop from Stonewood Design. The clear and knotty Alder cabinetry throughout is from Sky River Industries.

The Allure of Suncadia

In Vladimir and Era Zayshlyy’s Suncadia home, the entry has a stone wall, composed of Glacier Mountain Ledgestone, and inspired by the couple’s travels to Croatia. The custom metal and wood staircase offers refined contrast.

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The cramped kitchen in this West Seattle Tudor is transformed into a bright and airy family hub worthy of the home’s classic warmth and charm.

Simple Elegance

The cramped kitchen in this West Seattle Tudor is transformed into a bright and airy family hub worthy of the home’s classic warmth and charm.

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Falvey favors green, including these Lee Industry chairs and Bay Area artist Chris Brown’s artwork. Benjamin Moore Simply White adds pop to the furnishings juxtaposed against Lord’s wicker chair. The circular West Elm coffee table atop a hide rug adds contrast to refinished red oak floors.

Midcentury Marvel

A seamless collaboration between Ostmo Construction, Lord Interior Design, and homeowner Linda Falvey served to open the wow factor missing from this classic Portland Midcentury Modern home.

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This 6,880-square-foot Bremerton home was remodeled in 2023. The architects redesigned the driveway with Eco-Priora Permeable Pavers from Mutual Materials to give it more character. Exterior lighting provided by Northwest Outdoor Lighting.

Art & Architecture

A top-to-bottom Bremerton remodel by Rhodes Architecture + Light and Fairbank Construction Company brings in natural light, splendid views and highlights the owners’ personal art collection.

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The color of the Roche Bobois Bombom sofas echo the setting sun. Blackened steel fireplace surround, and Feeney CableRail by MW Design Workshop. DaVinci gas fireplace from Lisac’s Fireplaces & Stoves. DOMOV I.D. furnished Museum coffee table by Decca Home, Ascend rug and Margo Selby pillows.
Photo by Justin Krug

On the Edge

chadbourne + doss architects worked with custom builder Buckingham Resources to create a remarkable home that cantilevers over a steep Oregon Coast hillside replete with striking interiors by DOMOV I.D.

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Fleetwood doors and windows throughout are from Goldfinch, and foster a fluid connection between inside and out, with glass panels even pocketing into the concrete fireplace column. Outdoor sofas, coffee table, table and benches are from Janus et Cie.

Modern on Mercer

Garret Cord Werner Architects and Interior Designers and Mercer Builders design and build a stunning custom home with three pools as the “beautiful spine.”

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The kitchen is a focal point in Sherri and Ali Anissipour’s Suncadia home, with custom cabinetry by United Cabinetry, a weathered white zellige tile backsplash, soapstone counters, and a custom range surround by designer Jessica Nelson and WoodRidge Custom Homes.

Suncadia Shines

Jessica Nelson Design and WoodRidge Custom Homes fashion a stunning Suncadia home by combining a natural material palette with high-level craftsmanship and rich color.

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Benjamin Moore Simply White brightens the space. Massucco Warner custom Schumacher window treatments and O. Henry House sofas and chairs with yellow piping from Kelley Forslund Showroom (SDC). Made Goods side tables from J Garner Home. Custom leather ottoman from Massucco Warner and a Holland & Sherry area rug (SDC).

Come on in, Sunshine!

Working seamlessly together, Massucco Warner and Studio AM Architects & Interiors transformed a very dark, woody San Juan Island home into an irresistibly joy-filled, colorful one.

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Homeowners’ Gaylen Hansen artwork. Lucca Antiques lamp adorns Charles Dudouyt credenza. Hoedemaker Pfeiffer sourced Margaret Tomkins art from Housewright Gallery. Ralph Pucci India Mahdavi tables echo Home House Coop chairs. Turabi Rug Gallery sisal atop 1995 terracotta tile flooring.

Spanish History Modern Charm

Hoedemaker Pfeiffer’s exquisite transformation of this 1930 Lionel Pries Seattle home pays homage to the architect’s original vision, as well as his passion for Mexico and its artists.

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Cabinetry by Bevel obscures the modern appliances, creating a calm, uncluttered finish. The island’s wood frame features a black lacquer paint to coordinate with the range.

Beauty is in the Details

Consummate home chefs can entertain with pride in this revamped kitchen designed for timeless appeal and modern durability by Kat Lawton Interiors and Bevel.

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Home and vineyard were conceived together to maximize views and create a harmonious blend between nature and structure.

Nestled in Nature

Dubbed “Big Fir,” this Willamette Valley home complements the vineyard’s natural topography and agricultural plan.

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Doors, windows, posts and beams, and framing materials were all provided by Lindal Cedar Homes, as were the exterior siding materials, including Shou Sugi Ban, white fiber cement panels and lumber.

Toward the Sea

Lindal Cedar Homes, OTO Design, and Schaefer Construction fashion a custom Seattle home that embraces the water in more ways than one.

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Edge of the Bay

Chesmore Buck Architecture, CDK Interior Design and De Boer Construction craft a Northwest modern and low maintenance Bellingham home to capture the stunning bay views in every room.

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Meticulous craftsmanship and materials transform the kitchen of this 1978 home into something worthy of its heritage. Flush inset cabinets, marble countertops, and brass hardware from Schaub + Company embody an ageless style.

New World, Old Soul

Dubbed “Cedarfell” by its owners, this remodeled kitchen on the site of the original Woodinville homestead embraces the timeless allure of the past.

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