Architects design a bridge to connect an existing structure to a new home, while also bridging generations together.
Pink is so versatile that it can be modern, traditional, minimal, country and more.
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
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
From the Whitefish Review archives
Stylistic guidelines make it easy to design a harmonious interior space
For nearly two decades, the Bigfork Playhouse Children’s Theatre has been teaching kids every nuance of the magical world of theater
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
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
Use organic elements, neutral colors, texture and light to add warmth to your home all winter long, not just during Christmas
An excerpt from Whitefish Review’s summer/fall issue #22, The Stories We Tell.
Kalispell plumber Tom Simensen handcrafts beautiful violins, simultaneously honoring and straying from centuries-old traditions with his own brand of creative flair
Eagles Rest harkens back to grand 19th century Adirondack camps while celebrating its own contemporary Montana flourishes
Pillows are so versatile with limitless uses: inside, outside, in any room of your home