The July 2019 Issue


This Ballard Garage Is Transformed Into a Studio That Invites the Outdoors In

The multipurpose space can serve as a home gym, play space, planting area or entertaining venue


PNW Shop Owner and Amazonian Talks Fashion in Seattle

Rebecca Cornelius balances two jobs—shop owner and brand specialist for Amazon—but it’s her high-concept outfits that tip the scale


This Decadent French Dessert Makes You Feel Like Royalty

The queen of macarons introduces an extravagant French dessert


Seattle Artisan Harnesses Age-old Techniques To Make Kayaks

Central District-based craftsman Kiliii Yuyan teaches the art of boatbuilding at local workshops


These Homes Offer the Best PNW Views

For $3 million-plus, these Bellevue, Laurelhurst and West Seattle homes deliver on the views


Backstory: Seattle’s Tucked Away Waterfall Garden Park Stands out for Its Unlikely Story

This hidden pocket park is an ode to the origins of a parcel delivery service


Seattle’s Democracy Vouchers Aim To Increase Civic Participation. Will They Work?

Seattle’s unique Democracy Voucher Program was designed to increase the number and diversity of local candidates. Is it doing the job?


Local Chef Brings ‘American Omakase’ to Capitol Hill

Chef William Belickis moves on (again), this time to a Capitol Hill home for his internationally influenced 'American omakase'


New Burien Shop Offers Custom Goods Made by Local Artists

Open since February, Sitka Living features local artists and bespoke furniture


Has the PNW Become the ‘Silicon Valley of Space’?

On the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Knute Berger wonders where our space dreams will take us next


20 Years of Style With Ballard Tastemaker Curtis Steiner

Artist and curator Curtis Steiner has spent a lifetime cultivating an eye for the beautiful and esoteric. This year, he celebrates 20 years of selling his style in Ballard


These Locally Made Dog Beds Let Your Pup Sleep in Style

Fido’s sleeping arrangement just got a major upgrade