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For $3.6 million, work with "organic architect" Robert Harvey Oshatz to customize the interior of this Northwest Portland Forest Park home.
Designed by a powerhouse local firm and built in 2017, this townhouse in Northeast Portland near Mount Tabor is rife with stylish details.
Terrazzo floors, vaulted ceilings, and large windows are just a few of the upgrades in this Southeast Portland home.
Views, woodwork, a bathroom balcony, an outdoor dining room and entertaining garden, and seamless updates in this architect's gem in Portland's Southwest Hills
A midcentury-modern home from 1967 with swag lights, Roman brick, and wood paneling galore, all in a forested setting in Portland's western suburbs
A look at the year's most enticing midcentury-modern homes for sale in Portland—and how much they sold for.
From the rooftop solar panels to the living room’s earthen floor, everything about this Portland home is forward-thinking and aimed at reducing environmental impact.
One of Portland homebuilder Robert Rummer’s classic ’60s designs is retrofitted for modern life.
For every season, there’s a dream destination. These retreats in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho invoke the mythic best of the Northwest.
Benjamin Tepler, Margaret Seiler, Amy Martin, and Kelly Clarke
Natural and local materials, floor-to-ceiling glass for ocean and forest views, and a sauna outbuilding with a green roof on the Oregon coast
Portland Bar Guide
From Pac-Man tile at Ground Kontrol to gold detail at Doug Fir, these bar bathrooms are perfect for picture-taking, mirror-primping, or just plain admiring.
Katherine Chew Hamilton, Michael Novak, Conner Reed, Margaret Seiler, and Matthew Trueherz
Out went the beige carpet and surfboard décor, in came built-ins, nautical curves, and a spa bathroom in this beach house on the Oregon Coast
The Oregon-born blogger and author makes grout treatments and selecting carpet samples relatable in her new how-to book on design and décor.
Long Story Short
Chris Marchini’s modern quilts and bright persona have made him a hit with online crafters.
Surrounded by flowers, the historic property’s farmhouse remains closed for now, but the gardens and arboretum just north of Portland are open year-round.
The namesake building is the largest yet to grace the sprawling campus in Beaverton.
In West Hills, a creative couple’s collaborative renovation of a boxy ’90s home mixes merry and macabre, matching the aesthetic of the 1988 Tim Burton film.
From rocking chairs to benches, Amanda McLeod gives elegant and funky midcentury-modern designs a second life.
Locally forged hoes and trowels, a book from a Portland press, great garden gloves from Salem, and more
From Richmond to Slabtown to Nob Hill, spruce up your home or garden by visiting these botanical havens.
Michelle Harris and Jenni Moore