Neutral tones of moss, gray, brown, and blue create a relaxing and playful retreat in the master bedroom. The natural elements balance with the custom painted Visit Washington mural that gives the space a vintage Northwestern vibe.
Looking for perennials that bloom in late winter? While most primroses flower in early spring, some species add color to the late winter garden. Sow the seeds outside from January to March, or look for potted primroses in bloom at nurseries or garden centers around that time of year. Enjoy them as houseplants, but don’t feel guilty if you toss them when the flowers fade. It’s tricky to keep them going.
Somehow, those rolling hills become even more beautiful at Golden Hour. After enjoying dinner and a quick dip in the pool, the owners can take their drinks to the lower terrace and watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
This hen-and-chick has silvery-blue rosettes that tinge with purple or pink in cold temperatures. It produces spikes of tiny pink flowers in the mid-summer when it does most of its growing, but its foliage is peak bright in the depth of winter. Use in containers, a wreath or as a groundcover. Zones 5 to 10.
Comfortable lounge chairs overlook the contemporary pool and Pacific Ocean beyond. Columns outfitted with curtains provide protection from wind and sun, as well as an element of privacy. Native grasses soften the hardscaping.
A sage green color scheme and traditional furniture give an old-world style to this formal dining room. Cotton velvet draperies in a saturated burgundy tone connect with the tiny berries in the woodland wall upholstery. A traditional crystal tasseled chandelier hangs over the table, and the dining chairs feature green velvet upholstery.
This gated, private Northwest estate is a masterpiece of design, quality and functionality. The home features an expansive list of amenities, including a home theater, library, exercise room, elevator and wine room. Sprawling entertaining spaces extend outside to multiple terraces.
Enjoyment of the outdoors is abundant at this private, 10-acre estate in Washington state. The home features a natural stone facade in a muted, earthy palette that fits the setting. Multiple outdoor terraces and amenities provide myriad places to sit and enjoy nature, or to be active.
Natural wood is used from above the windows and fireplace to the ceiling to create a warm, inviting environment. A cozy bed dressed in cream and gold linens has stunning views of the Pacific Ocean through large windows.
A slate black wall frames a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from the comfortable TV room in this home located on Baja California and balances the use natural materials in the space. A door retracts into a pocket in the wall to effortlessly link the indoor space with the outdoors.
Striking veining in this marble-clad master bath turns every wall into a focal point. A freestanding tub rests across from a walk-in shower surrounded by glass, echoing the many glass walls throughout the home. Every room is situated to take maximum advantage of the Pacific Ocean views.