Stacked, scattered or set beneath iced summer drinks, ring-busting coasters make bold style statements on vulnerable tabletops, indoors and out.
Design magazines are like beautiful gardens. They’re quiet, inspiring and you can experience them in your own time, at your own pace. Plus they’re always presenting what’s fresh and new. Maybe that’s why I enjoy creating them both as much as I do. In fact, if I weren’t an editor, I could easily see myself digging into garden design for a living.
Leaf through the magazine and see what ideas take root and inspire you to grow into personal projects. We showcase some of the most unique and memorable homes and interiors from across the state, but we also spill eagerly outside to cover outdoor spaces that are equally compelling.
Where is everybody? It’s late summer along Oregon’s northern coast, and tourists have headed home. Now’s the time to visit Manzanita, arguably the state’s most charming and unassuming beach town.
Whether he cuts them from his garden or picks them at the farmers market, floral designer Conner Nesbit of Leuca Floral waits all year for fresh-cut dahlias. It’s no wonder he’s diligent about extending their lives in the vase. His three small tricks make a big difference.
Want to add to your Northwest adventure? We suggest heading—you guessed it—farther north and west.
The catch is in and salmon is starring on plates everywhere. How do you take yours?
Homeowners Stephanie and Todd Santiago enlist talented pros to help create a modern family residence that is as spectacular as the lush, sprawling site.
Hotter than ever, fire features and their innovative creators are transforming backyards into outdoor retreats across Utah. What better way to savor summer evenings than by relaxing with friends and family in front of a fire’s glow?
Sun-soaked colors, natural materials and a mix of rustic-to-modern designs deliver a hip resort vibe to runways and rooms alike.