Ok, so maybe we won't go so far as to saying we WANT to work out...but geez, we sure wouldn't mind having these around - it would make "going" to the gym that much easier! Porch helped us round up these local home gyms for some inspiration and motivation for us all!
If your dream is to live on 200 acres in the Olympic Peninsula....with trolls, gnomes and more mystical creatures - congrats! You're now $6 million closer.
Move away from the overpowering scented candles of the past with these refined scented candles.
We showed you a modern floating home last week as part of our four-part series profiling local house boats. Here is #2 - a decidedly smaller (and more thematic) floating home, with a deck and view to die for.
When it it time to upgrade your furniture you need to stop by Couch in Ballard for the best in custom couch design. Your design wish is their command!
The annual Seattle Floating Homes Tour showcases local house boats (aka floating homes), and benefits the Floating Homes Association - whose mission is to support and nurture the floating home community and maintain the health of the marine environment. We took a special look inside four amazing but different homes from the tour - here is profile #1.
Don't you ever wonder what Tom Douglas' kitchen looks like? Or how Howard Schultz makes his coffee every morning? We took a look inside the house of a local interior designer to see how she chose to decorate her house.
You know the ones we're talking about - the houses you see from a mile away, that make you do a double take when you drive by them. Porch helped us round up some of these local houses with a less-than-normal color scheme. Have you driven by any of them?
Have you ever wished for just one more reason to justify a trip to Anthropologie? Well, now you have one. The downtown Seattle Anthropologie store is now offering in-store gift registry assistance.
Farewell Paperie kicks all your preconceived notions of letterpress to the curb with their hilarious yet touching cards and stationery products. Because sometimes you really do need a card that says, "Being an adult sucks."
Anyone out there watch the show Open House? If you do, you got a nice little surprise during last week's episode, where they featured a house in Medina, WA.
Millennials are everywhere - especially in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Drawn to our booming tech industry and plentiful job market, it's hard to find a neighborhood that doesn't have at least two apartment complexes and condo units going up to house this generation.
Move over, Prince George. Porch gave us a peek into some local remodeled nurseries - and they're fit for a little prince or princess!
We all know that here in the Pacific Northwest (or anywhere, for that matter) waterfront property costs a pretty penny. But how much more exactly does that kind of property cost, compared to non-waterfront property?
Local pop realism sculptor Jean Wells might not care for cooking, but she serves up delicious pop art mosaics that will whet your appetite for fun.
MyHabit, the online designer sale site, has been going around the country this summer showcasing certain cities with unique vibes. Our Emerald City is last on their list after Portsmouth, Nashville, Dallas and Palm Springs. Take a look at the 10 products they think sum up the quirky style of our city, and see if you agree!
Warning: these pictures are not for the faint of heart, or for anyone with more than 16 cars. As you flip through the photos in the gallery - the same question will keep popping up: Is this a house or a car garage? There's no right answer other than....both.
The Escala Building in downtown Seattle is getting a new tenant - and it's not Christian Grey. Roche Bobois, the international furnishing company, is setting up shop in the 4th and Virginia building in downtown Seattle after being on Western Avenue for nearly 30 years.
The Remodelista Considered Design Awards just came out, and a bedroom in an Oregon Coast beach house won the Best Professionally Designed Bedroom Space award - designed by Seattle's own Hyde Evans Design. Check out the bedroom and the rest of the house!
When most people think about the Pacific Northwest, the color that comes to mind is gray. And while that might describe our weather 8+ months of the year, that doesn't have to be the color inside our houses! Here are some Porch houses who have broken the mold - and gone crazy with color!