To Market and Beyond

In 10 years, The Market Beautiful, formerly the Vintage Whites Market, has established itself as a nationally recognized event in the Flathead Valley and across state lines

The Flathead’s Hidden Helpers

While the extent of their influence isn't widely known, AmeriCorps members are essential to many of the region's foundational services, from food banks to state parks

From a Lodge to a Home

A creative team transforms a log house reminiscent of historic lodges into an innovative and stunning shoreline residence

The Return of Wallpaper

Did you ever think wallpaper would be in style again? Believe it. Embrace it.

A “Crazy Idea” Comes to Life

Developer Mark Panissidi converts a long-dormant subdivision into an affordable townhome development

Bridge to the Past

Architects design a bridge to connect an existing structure to a new home, while also bridging generations together.

Pretty in Pink

Pink is so versatile that it can be modern, traditional, minimal, country and more.

The Vegan Powerlifter

Two years after finding the sport, Alysan Casey sets two records on the world stage and discovers an equally powerful inner strength along the way

Reviving History

A thoughtful remodel of a century-old former railroad paymaster’s home in Whitefish honors the structure’s past while introducing tasteful flourishes of modernity

Interview with Tom Brokaw

From the Whitefish Review archives

Interior Design Styles, Briefly Defined

Stylistic guidelines make it easy to design a harmonious interior space  

Not Just Child’s Play

For nearly two decades, the Bigfork Playhouse Children’s Theatre has been teaching kids every nuance of the magical world of theater

Resurrecting the American Frontier

At the Bad Rock Settlement museum, Stu Sorensen provides a detailed glimpse of Northwest Montana as it was in the mid 1800s to early 1900s

Hard Work and Humble Beginnings

Drawing inspiration from unlikely sources like the Quonset hut while using cutting-edge building and design concepts, this stunning home was a challenge well worth the effort

Winter Décor

Use organic elements, neutral colors, texture and light to add warmth to your home all winter long, not just during Christmas