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The front door is made from re-milled old leftover beams.
Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin?
Adventure calls on this Norwegian island that hosts cantilevered glass cabins and endless possibilities for the explorer at heart.
Here’s How Hollywood Builds a Malibu Dream Home—on a Vancouver Soundstage
Tasked with designing a celeb-worthy Malibu abode in six weeks for a new television series on E!, production designer Daniel...
Two-year-old Annika and five-year-old Soren make music on the "nap swing," a popular hangout spot for kids and adults...
On the upstairs landing, Chris and Ben pause by an IC Railings system from Issaquah Cedar and Lumber.
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The Davises’ living room is filled with modern designs, including two lounge chairs by Jens Risom for Knoll and a...
The Davis family—Everett, Jonathan, Mary Jo, and Dashwood—enjoy a meal around a Room & Board Montego dining table...
With 142 residences on just eight acres, the Grow Community development brings new density to Bainbridge Island, near...
It Takes a Village
On Washington's lush Bainbridge Island, one community strives for quality of life as a sustainable initiative.
If there is a need for dedicated space for an office or a nursery, consider repurposing a closet.
A wall of built-in shelving runs the length of the space, providing ample room for the residents' book collection.
The wooden box is as functional as it is finely crafted, with room for clothes up top.
Davor (with his wife, Abbe, and son, August) designed the main living and dining pavilion as a double-height space to...
A closer look at the shelving built into the staircase in the kitchen.
Finding a place to store larger items that are used daily is challenging.
Storage under the bed and floor hides clutter in the master bedroom.
10 Ways to Solve Storage Problems in Small Spaces
Downsizing your life in order to live small sometimes requires creative ninja moves to find adequate storage.
A Tiny Footprint Isn’t So Bad When You Live in a Tower
In a popular New Zealand enclave, two homeowners buck the bigger-is-better building trend with a modest getaway tucked into the...
The backyard pool house is comprised of western red cedar, just like the main home, and spans 13-feet-by-26-feet.
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