from the bed and bedside tables, we didn’t want furniture in the master bedroom, but I did want a place to read,” she says. Dickey’s design was a surprise and better than she had imagined; he broke out of the geometry of the bedroom, creating a nook that appears as a natural growth on the south facing outside wall, its own personal window faces Mt. Spokane to the east. “Sometimes I spend all day there reading the Bible,” Chelsea smiles. “Dusty likes it too.” No doubt she eyes the wild turkeys that frequent the area.