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 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.
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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.
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This issue of Seattle Maison is bursting with amazing content. This issue's Seattle area spotlight is the fast growing neighborhood of West Seattle! Get the scoop on all the fun and funky places that call West Seattle home. And for you fans of Modern home decor, the lead article is all about the different ways to tweak your interior design to reflect your personality along with your love for all things Modern. Need some curb appeal inspiration? The article that begins on page 16 includes 6 steps for creating that WOW factor as visitors approach your home. There's also a short article and recipe for National Donut Day, plus moving coverage of Sangduen "Lek" Chailert's elephant rescue work in Thailand.
I'm so pleased with how this magazine turns out each issue and love sharing it with you. If you'd like to receive upcoming issues of Seattle Maison in your inbox, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I put together a bi-monthly magazine, Seattle Maison, full of great Seattle area content. This month's issue covers eco-friendly living, tips for housing hunting, King County housing market statistics, a spotlight on the Lauralhurst neighborhood, and more! I'm so pleased with how this magazine turns out each issue and love sharing it.