We’ve christened our August/September issue “transformations” for good reason. The hot, languid days of summer evolve into the cool, crisp days of autumn during this glorious turning point in the seasons. It’s Editor Robin Doussard’s favorite time of the year.
As summer wanes and autumn approaches, great ideas to bridge the seasons.
Customers come to Acanthus upholstery shop in Portland with everything from solid sofas to vague ideas. Anne Thompson helps them realize their dreams in eco-friendly fashion.
Independent design Studio Gorm in Eugene offers a unique collection of limited-run furniture, lamps and other household products.
Candice Olson doesn’t mind copycats.
Interior designer Allison Smith immerses herself into detective work to get to the heart of the perfect palette.
One-night stands aren’t often pretty. But designer Colin Fjeld aimed to make an overnight stay at The Jupiter Hotel a beautiful experience worth bringing home.
Steve Nemirow and Julie O’Toole designed a hilltop home that incorporates their love of books, gardening, art and cooking.