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Little Joys of Summer
From book binding to wood burning, put these stay-at-home hours to good use and learn something new.
What do you get when you combine a farmer, a craftsman, and two foodies? Cookware that creates delicious meals, looks good on the table, and lasts a lifetime.
Modern farmhouse details and a bright cheerful style make this tiny house a true home.
Flower-adorned fireplace inserts. Fox and grapevine mosaics. 3-D fish leaping across shower walls. Your imagination is the only limit.
If you've remodeled your bathroom or living room, chances are you've taken a spin through Chown.
When a 2017 storm nearly destroyed the iconic Van Evera Bailey home, the family restored it to its 1955 splendor—with a 2019 twist.
Your essential home and garden project guide from local experts.
Trove is the kind of spot where you can snag a 1920s cup set from India and the Pok Pok Som drinking vinegar to go with it.
This weekend, a new event features the work of 20-plus Oregon designers and artists.
The new Northwest Portland gallery space includes a cushy rooftop showroom and a vast design library.
Producers are on the hunt for a local house to jazz up for the pilot, and it could be yours.
A horticultural therapy expert teaches us how to fight winter fatigue, curb stress, and garden like a pro.
The design company's new Pearl District location boasts 28,000 square feet dedicated to midcentury modern and contemporary furniture and home décor.
This month’s hottest locally made goods, from handcrafted lamps to bike-friendly button-ups.
HOME & GARDEN
Assembled from five precision-cut pieces of steel, the Stahl Firepit is hawt.
Whether the picture was worth taking in the first place is still up to you.
Portland architect Rick Berry puts a new-school edge on regional design.
Folk launches with a Northwest-minimalist aesthetic and high-minded aspirations.
North for the Summer debuts a lighting line that channels the great midcentury design thinker.