Posts tagged Design
9 Design Trends of 2019

Spring is always a wonderful season for change. Many homeowners find this an ideal time to redecorate or renovate their home. Maybe it’s been awhile since you’ve made any updates or you feel recently inspired. Either way, I have a list you must read of 9 design trends that are taking over 2019.

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Why Curb Appeal Matters

They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, and while many of us try to abide by the notion, it’s hard not to be tempted by a first impression; this can be especially true when it comes to your home’s curb appeal. When potential buyers pull up to your home, what they see and feel will undoubtedly set the tone for their entire tour. Below you’ll find six tips courtesy of UpNest that will help you have your home looking its best.

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Designing the Perfect Outdoor Living Room

Now that summer has arrived in Seattle, everyone seems to be outdoors soaking up the sun and taking advantage of the longer days. This means it’s the perfect time of the year to “live outside,” though many homeowners miss the opportunity to capitalize on the weather by crafting an ideal outdoor getaway. Now is the time to extend your interior style to your exterior space.

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Benjamin Moore’s 2018 Color of the Year Heats Things Up

Though autumn has brought cooler temperatures to the Pacific Northwest, Elle Décor made a hot announcement this week, as they shared the Benjamin Moore 2018 Color of the Year! A drastic shift from the dark and alluring deep purple of 2017’s “Shadow,” 2018’s color is a spicy, eye-popping shade of red called “Caliente AF-290.”

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Keeping Your Pacific Northwest Garden Green in the Summer Heat

August is now in full swing and the drier climate often leaves many of us wondering how to best tend to our budding blooms and edible plants in the garden. Houzz recently published a helpful piece on how to “Keep Your Cool in the Garden” this month, complete with a Pacific Northwest guide helpful for everyone, from the garden enthusiast to the green thumb.

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