From handmade furniture to cute shops, here’s what we’re loving right now.
Adam Radtke has worked in Oregon vineyards for five years and has done woodcraft since he was a kid in his dad’s workshop, so combining the two was natural.
From humble beginnings in a garage to being named one of 10 “American Made” award winners by Martha Stewart, Portland’s Mudshark Studios is rising fast.
The Portland home of Voodoo Doughnut co-founder Tres Shannon is chockablock with visual deliciousness.
How to throw a birthday party to please kids and adults.
Wendy Burden is a confirmed New Yorker who lives in Portland’s West Hills.
I decided that “turning point” was an appropriate label for this issue, one that straddles wintry February and March, the wild first month of spring.
A home built into a steep, sloping lot is reworked to connect the floors and create multiple outdoor rooms.
A steep triangular lot is transformed into a “spaceship” with a spectacular vista of Mount Hood.
Empty nesters revive a 1930s Eastmoreland classic with daring wallpaper and heirloom furniture.