Eat Your Weeds: Forage For Dandelions and Make Some Heavenly Jelly
Look no farther than your backyard for some tasty dandelion blossoms
This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. When a curious would-be forager asks me for suggestions about where to look for wild foods, I usually say, “Right out the back door.” Or the front door. Just step outside your home and you’ll likely see some weeds. Weeds get a bad…
This Pinterest-Worthy Pop-Up Barn Is Perfect For Parties
Next time you’re throwing a party, try a barn raising
This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Coming soon to a field near you, Kelsey Von Stubbe’s new Tentwood barn is the stuff of DIY dreams. The rustic-chic pop-up structure can be set up by the Tentwood crew in less than one day to create the perfect party venue in…
Less Is More: For Creative Powerhouse Ava J. Holmes, Conservation Is Her Fashion Passion
The cofounder of Fashion for Conservation combines her love of fashion and the outdoors
This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Country Meets CityA love of the outdoors and couture may seem like a contradiction, but not for Ava J. Holmes, who spent her childhood alternating between upstate New York at her father’s wilderness survival school and in Manhattan with her filmmaker/musician mother. In…
AIA Home of Distinction: A Seattle Architect Takes On the Tiny-Home Challenge
In a Seattle tiny house village, two shelters work together to offer more than just a place to call home
The two-unit Parabay Home, located in Nickelsville Georgetown, is designed for a family with kids in one unit and adults in the other; facing glass windows keep everyone in view of each other. The space between the units creates a semi-private “yard."
Brighten Up Your Home With These Simple Northwest Candlestick Holders
Notary Ceramics candleholders at Flora and Henri add a hint of hygge to the home
This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. As you look forward to more daylight hours this season, let these elegant, handmade candlestick holders in bone white ($32–$40), by Portland-based Notary Ceramics, add further warmth to your home. Find them at Flora and Henri (Pioneer Square, 401 First Ave. S; 206.749.9698),…
Why Seattle Is One of the Most Rat-Infested Cities in America
Our city’s hyper construction is causing more than traffic issues. Experts believe it’s one reason our city is ranking high as a rodent-infested town, and getting rid of the pests is anything but easy
One longer term solution to the rat problems is to target their reproductive systems, a novel approach to controlling a species so prolific one pair can produce 15,000 progeny a year.
Which Seattle Neighborhoods Are Seeing the Biggest Changes in Home Values?
Zillow gives us the future forecast on where Seattle's neighborhoods are heading
This article appears in print in the March 2018 issue, as part of the “Best of the Burbs” cover story. Click here for the rest of the story. We’d all like to know where the hot home deals are today—in other words, where we can buy today and have some assurance that our home value will grow….