Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Dried flower combinations arranged with pinecones on the side in The Bulletin studio. From left to right: saffron thistle, artemsia, seed heads from ornamental grass, rabbit brush, various dried flowers and seed pods, and glittered pine cones.
Album ID: 1981564
No ordinary garage
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Tim Scianamblo and his wife, Jane Dunham, don?t just collect cars. Their house is filled with art and decor from places near and far.
Album ID: 1981563
Capturing the harvest: tips for preserving fruit
Jan Roberts-Dominguez / For The Bulletin Picked-at-peak-of-perfection Northwest tree fruit nestled into jars, napped in a light syrup of sugar and water, then sealed to preserve their essence for less bountiful times is a delicious and simple maneuver.
Album ID: 1981565
3 spook-tacular ?towel treatments
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin These inexpensive hand towels can be decorated in Halloween themes using quick and simple techniques.
Album ID: 1976854
Hardy succulents you can plant now
Laura Kessinger/ For The Bulletin Sempervivum žhens and chicksÓ turn red in the fall.
Album ID: 1976855
Flame-kissed and flavorful salmon
Tess Freeman / The Bulletin Cascade Culinary Institute Chef David Trask holds a plate of grilled salmon garnished with a cherry tomato salad and grilled squash and zucchini.
Album ID: 1976853
Store spare TP in style with this caddy
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin This toilet paper caddy is a solution for a small guest bathroom with limited space.
Album ID: 1973923
Getting Creative with tomatoes
Jan Roberts-Dominguez / For The Bulletin It?s been an amazing summer for tomatoes, and they continue tumble out of our gardens in a colorful and juicy array of shapes and sizes.
Album ID: 1973922
Caramel apples: an autumn favorite revisited
Andy Tullis/ The Bulletin Only choice apples are used to make homemade caramel apples.
Album ID: 1971525
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin The iron banister leading to the upstairs of the Andersons' home in Bend.