The Fall issue of Seattle Maison is GORGEOUS! I am really in love with the content. The lead article is right up my ally – it’s all about coffee, specifically pumpkin spice lattes. Can you believe they are already here?
Learn all about adding maple trees to your home’s landscaping in Maple Staple. Six different varieties, and their features, are covered in this article.
The neighborhood spotlight is all about Leschi, one of my favorite neighborhoods in Seattle. Get the scoop on the parks and dining scene, along with a bit of neighborhood history, in this fantastic spotlight feature article.
What are some red flag warning signs when you are house hunting? There are eight outlined in the article, House Hunting Red Flags. These warning signs could spell trouble no matter what neighborhood you are looking in.
I think my favorite article in this issue of Seattle Maison delves into black window frames, which work with a variety of architectural styles. However, are they a good idea all the time? Dive into this article to find out!
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The latest issue of Seattle Maison magazine is ready for you! The May/June 2017 issue is full of fantastic content. The Cinco de Mayo party article, Green Goodness article about avocados, and Mysterious Margarita article, will provide easy-to-implement ideas for parties all summer long. Imagine having friends and family over for a fiesta themed party – how fun would that be? I can’t wait to try the Easy Peasy Spicy Guac recipe!
The article about Outdoor Rooms contains so many dreamy ideas to revitalize your backyard and create your own resort-style oasis. There are some gorgeous photos of outdoor kitchens and luxurious outdoor light fixtures to drool over! What would you like to tackle in your own back yard this summer?
Other topics covered in the May/June issue include interesting day trips around Western Washington, how to “smell-proof” your home when you have pets, and 9 way to prep your guest room to make overnight guest feel cozy and welcomed to your home.
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The Spring 2017 issue of Windermere Living is fabulous! This is the first issue of Windermere Living featuring homes from around the Western United States. Since Windermere Real Estate is a regional real estate company, with over 300 offices spread across 10 states, it makes perfect sense to broaden the scope of Windermere Living from the Pacific Northwest to all the Western states where we have offices.
I’m so honored to be featured in this issue, on pages 28 & 29. My feature includes 6 of the properties I sold in recent months. My featured properties include both buyer represented and seller represented homes.
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I know I say this just about every time a new Seattle Maison debuts, but I think the Spring 2016 issue just may be the BEST version yet! I love, LOVE the fresh topics, and this issue features a spotlight on my favorite stomping grounds around Mercer Island!
Bold colors, geometric patterns, splashes of jewel tones and vibrant blues – these trends are hot right now. In the article, Looking On The Bright Side, you’ll get the scoop on how to incorporate over-sized art pieces, wall paper, and splashy accent pieces into your current décor. I’ve been drooling over all the photo examples in the article. Oh my!
Safer, Cleaner Air
The March/April issue also includes a fabulous article featuring 7 plants that look beautiful in your home and will help purify the air. Formaldehyde is one VOC producing chemical that is commonly found in household products, building products, and furniture. It’s also one of the toughest to dispel from your abode. The 7 plants discussed in the article not only purify air of a variety of toxic chemicals, they are all champs at removing Formaldehyde emissions.
As always, Seattle Maison includes local housing market stats, to keep you in the loop on our red-hot, fast-paced real estate landscape.
Rain, Rain Go Away…
March has definitely been a lion so far – wet, rainy and cold. Let’s hope that the second part of these saying – out like a lamb – arrives soon! I’m definitely looking forward to warmer days, gentle spring breezes off the lake, and sunshine! Until then – delve into the wonder of color within your home and dabble with some the techniques shared in the pages of Seattle Maison magazine!
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The January/February 2017 issue of Seattle Maison is all about renew, refresh, and rejuvenate!
There are some fabulous images that demonstrate all the fun, beautiful ways you can work the Pantone color of the year, Greenery, into your home décor. On page are perfect pairing with Greenery, everything from a monotone look to a retro vibe to the cool tones reminiscent of a winter’s night. Lovely!
If decluttering is one of your New Year resolutions, check out the article on pages 8-10 to get the skinny on how to best recycle those old electronics. You can start planning your Seattle area Valentine’s Day date night with the article Cupid’s Cuisine on pages 13 and 14.
There is so much more in this wonderful issue – planning a tropical get-away for some much needed R&R, special touches to add vintage charm to your home, and of course some King County real estate statistics to keep you informed.
I hope you enjoy the first Seattle Maison issue of 2017 as much as I do. If you would like to the one of the first to get your own issue in your inbox, please send an email to email@example.com and I’ll add you to the mailing list for the next issue. And for now, you can read the whole January/February issue right here!
The Seattle Magazine featuring Five Star agents is available at newsstands now! Thank you to all my wonderful clients for letting me be a part of your story in 2016 and sending in your positive reviews. Your acknowledgement of my real estate guidance is what enabled me to be selected as both a Zillow All Five Star Broker & a Seattle Magazine Five Star Winner in 2016. I enjoyed every minute of working with both buyers and sellers this past year, and I look forward to serving clients with the same eye towards excellence in 2017.
As a recipient of the 2016 Rising Star Real Estate Agent award, I have been recognized by clients and peers for the work I do. I’m very humbled to receive this award from Seattle Magazine, and grateful to my clients and the team of professionals who help me deliver top notch customer service.
I love my job, and am really excited to see where the Seattle housing market is headed in 2017. Thank you for being a part of my journey.
The Holiday Happenings issue of Seattle Maison is quite special! I think this is my favorite issue of 2016. Articles cover interesting holiday topics like The PNB’s The NutCracker by the numbers (guess how much snow is used in the Act 1 snow scene!), how to care for your pets during the hustle and bustle of the season, and on-trend gifts priced at $50 or less. There’s a guide to fun holiday events occurring around the Puget Sound Region. There is even an informative article discussing why making a home purchase during the holiday season can be a boon for buyers.
I hope you have been enjoying Seattle Maison magazine. I look forward to sharing it with you during 2017. If you would like to be the first to read it, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll subscribe you Seattle Maison for next year. Cheers!
Windermere Living goes global with its content this quarter, including the scoop on pasteries from around the globe and an article titled, "Selling Significant Properties In a Dynamic Global Marketplace." The Exploration section even features information about booking photographers internationally for special vacation photo sessions. Don't forget to check out my feature — it's located on page 27 of the magazine. The Fall issue of Windermere Living Magazine is now available to view online. Enjoy!
The September/October issue of Seattle Maison magazine is so full of great content.!! The Autumn-inspired articles are plentiful this issue. Discover uniquely beautiful ways to store your bike during the rainier months so you can still enjoy it. Or plan a day trip to see the Fall foliage in all its glory while getting some exercise. And you can get the scoop on the neighborhood Halloween fun around the greater Seattle area.
The real estate-based articles are full of helpful information. Get tips on how to choose the right neighborhood for your lifestyle. Learn more about Homepolish, a service that pairs consumers with budget-friendly designers. See what’s happening in the current King County housing market with timely statistics.
I think you will love this festively Fall issue of Seattle Maison as much as I do. If you would like to be the first to read Seattle Maison by having the next issue sent directly to your in box, email me at Kathryn@Windermere.com or comment on this blog post and I will add you to my mailing list.