Family-made vacation home

Six designers—all related—create the ultimate labor of love: their shared vacation home on Washington’s Whidbey Island

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Investing in an heirloom
Thomas J. Story

Investing in an heirloom

Every inch of the 1,200-square-foot home is Robertson made. Don, a master electrician, handled the electrical and plumbing systems, while Suzy led the decorating. Nick and Isabelle, who run architecture and design studio Piano Nobile, gave input on the structure and provided textiles. Chad and Emily, owners of furniture studio Chadhaus, crafted many of the furnishings. As a result, the cabin isn’t just an escape but an heirloom. “This is something we want in our family for a long time,” says Chad.

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