Design & Style

Tacoma Lutheran Redevelopment Project

Serving Pierce County for over 80 years, Tacoma Lutheran Retirement Community is a not-for-profit Life Plan Community in North Tacoma. With the planned addition of three buildings filled with condos and apartments, the community is forging ahead on its challenge to continually evolve and modernize. The redevelopment’s goal is to meet the ever-changing needs of […]

5 Trends to Spring Into a New Season

What was once old is fresh and innovative again! You may recognize a few trends on this list from decades gone by. Revisit them now for a look that’s anything but tired. Spring into 2020 with this list of can’t-miss trends: Puffy Sleeves This bold, elegant look adds a feminine flare to any daily outfit, […]

Northwest Contemporary: Artfully Designed

This Pacific Northwest home was designed for a couple who wanted a Northwest Contemporary home that was modern yet warm and inviting. Natural daylighting and extensive use of western red cedar on the exterior and Douglas fir ceilings on the interiors were used to create warmth in the structure. The project began with the homeowners […]

Color Trends for Winter

Whether you’re planning an annual holiday bash or gearing up for a cozy season by the fireplace, you may catch yourself wanting to give your home an extra touch of sophistication for this winter. Color trends change almost by the season, but this winter’s top trending colors for indoor decor are classics that will let […]

Recycled Stylemaker: Lost & Found Crafts

Lost & Found Crafts has created the best of both worlds: a place to shop for any craft supply imaginable and a place where materials are given a “second chance” instead of being thrown away. “I’ve been doing crafts since I was a little kid,” says owner Michelle Isaacson. “My sister taught me how to […]

New Fall Looks and Fashion Trends

We are now ready to think of warm camel coats and chic leather boots. We can’t help but bring you the trends that are set to be huge this fall. Some of them are already gaining momentum right now. It’s a ‘cinch.’ Strong, structured, cinched-waist suits make their way from the office to the street […]

Creating Jewelry That’s Unique and Personal

Some jewelry pieces evoke warm memories, have an important story, or once belonged to a loved one. These pieces are cherished as a family treasure that is passed on through generations. That’s the life jewelry should have, says Phyllis Harrison. She’s the co-owner of LeRoy Jewelers and The Art Stop with her husband, Steph Farber. […]

Trend Report – Spring 2019

If you’ve stuck to your New Year’s resolutions, they have become solid habits. And what goes better with new habits than a fresh wardrobe? Reward yourself for your hard work! Get ready for a new season by adding some of these new trends to your wardrobe this spring. Classic Cardi Cardigans are having a moment […]

Gift Guide 2018

We scoured the area and compiled this list of our favorite gifts. Glassy Baby: votive glass candles Each hand-blown glass votive is a work of art. As unique as the individual who chooses one, formed by eight hands, born in the USA, each with its own name, one of a kind. Kind of like you. […]

Panowicz Jewelers: Celebrating 71 Years

Even after seven decades, Panowicz Jewelers still holds true to its founding: a legacy of quality, integrity and value. Founded in 1948 by Anton Panowicz Sr., the local, family-owned jewelry store recently celebrated its 71st anniversary serving the Olympia community. “Retail has to be about outstanding customer service and care,” says Rob Panowicz, son of […]