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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com 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.
Calling all art fans: free one-day tickets for Seattle Art Fair are available courtesy of Windermere Real Estate. The 2nd annual event is next weekend, and it's a fun event for those who appreciate art. Attendees will be able to delve into the vibrant Seattle art scene, plus galleries from around the world will be presenting top-tier modern and contemporary art.
Click here to reserve your free one-day ticket for either Friday August 5th, Saturday August 6th, or Sunday August 7th. The Seattle Art Fair is held at CenturyLink Field Event. If you'd like to preview the projects and talk calendar before ordering your one-day ticket, click here. Enjoy!
I hope you will join me at the parade in Towncenter on Saturday, July 9th, at 10 am. I will be there handing out festive noisemakers so we can cheer on our favorite parade participants in style! Below is a snapshot of the festival activities and includes a link to the full Summer Celebration schedule. ~ Kathryn
Join Us for a Free Kids' Planting Event at Summer Celebration!
Summer Celebration is coming back to Mercer Island's Mercerdale Park and Luther Burbank Park on July 9th and 10th, complete with live entertainment and events at ourWindermere Stage. Our office is proud to be sponsoring a fun children's gardening event and a booth with fun giveaways for kids and grownups alike…
“My First Garden” Free Planting Event for Kids
Saturday, 7/9 at 1:45 pm
The Windermere Stage
Coloring Contest and Giveaways
Saturday, 7/9 from 10am – 7pm
Sunday, 7/10 from 10am – 5pm
The Windermere Booth
More from the Mercer Island city website:
"Summer Celebration 2016 theme is “Symphony of Summer” and is all about music! Come enjoy a weekend of musical entertainment and fun all weekend long, July 9th and 10th in downtown Mercer Island. Join us for community karaoke, arts & crafts, community parade, car show, Obliteride Kids Ride, Boat Rides Around the Island, music activities, Food vendors, fireworks, live bands & entertainment, and a Swedish Pancake Breakfast."
Events include: Parade • Boat Rides • Food Vendors • Arts & Crafts • Car Show • Children's Fun Zone • Community Karaoke • Fireworks • Obliteride Kids' Ride • Music • Entertainment
Saturday, July 9
10 am – Parade
11 am to 7 pm
Festival at Mercerdale Park
Sunday, July 10
10 am to 5 pm
Festival at Mercerdale Park
Mercerdale Park (Main Festival, Parade, Obliteride Kids' Ride)
3249 78th Ave SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Luther Burbank Park (Fireworks, Shakespeare, Boat Rides)
2040 84th Ave. SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
The latest issue of Seattle Maision magazine is ready for you! Inside the July/August issue are several summer-inspired articles. Farm Life covers the inspirational work of Aurda Mulkern. In her Female Farmer Project, Mulkern chronicles, through writing and photography, the rise of women working in agriculture around the world. By The Book lays out 11 ways to make your bookshelves more stylish. Pets On The Move is a terrific article that offers tips on making your move with your pets easier on them. Beyond Sangria features festive summer drink recipes perfect for entertaining, or to enjoy on your deck as you bask in the sunshine. Each issue of Seattle Maison also includes information on my most recent listings and King County housing market statistics.
If you would like to receive your own copy of Seattle Maison delivered straight to your inbox, please leave a comment on this blog post or email me at Kathryn@windermere.com. I love sharing this fun, informative magazine with you!