Glassybaby Seconds Sale In Seattle

glassybaby BFF votive (Photo Credit: glassybaby)

glassybaby votives (Photo Credit: glassybaby)

A perfectly formed, sensually-colored piece of hand-blown glass votive, tea light flickering in it, provides a feeling of tranquility and peacefulness and is the perfect way to calm the mind and fuel the soul. That’s exactly what glassybaby votives and glasses had done for Lee Rhodes, glassybaby’s creator […]

Recap: Affordable Art Fair In Seattle

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(Photo credit: Rebecca Peterson)

Walking into the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall for the Affordable Art Fair, one is struck by the radiant and lively atmosphere. Replacing the expanse of the typically dingy hall are booths upon booths, nearly reaching the ceiling, of white, well-lit art displays. Complete with a lounge in the center […]

Recap: Jonathan Adler Store Opens In Seattle’s University Village

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“Every room needs a dollop of hippy and a dash of socialite” is the mantra painted over the entryway of the new Jonathan Adler store in University Village. If you wish to follow that advice, it will be easy to find many wonderful things in the store to fill the rooms of your home.

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Recap: Northwest Flower And Garden Show Opening Night Party In Seattle

Miss A Seattle City Editor, Lesley Haenny, Dean Martin, and Kim Andreen at the Step and Repeat (Photo Credit: Event Photos NW)

On Tuesday, February 19, the Arboretum Foundation hosted the 2013 Northwest Flower & Garden Show Opening Night Party, at the Washington State Convention Center. Upon walking into the Convention Center, guests were greeted by alluring and ravishing floral decor. Flowers of every color were arranged in ways that reminded one of a wedding bouquet or of an overflowing fountain and so much more. The intricate details of each design were beyond amazing. […]

Glassybaby Launches Catalyst Candle Set To Benefit Junior League of Seattle

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On Tuesday, September 18, Lee Rhodes the founder of glassybaby and 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year by Entrepreneur Magazine spoke at the Junior League of Seattle’s annual kickoff meeting at the EMP Museum. She talked about how goodwill, craftsmanship, simplicity (and a little luck) helped create a thriving business that provides light, beauty and […]

Six Strawberries To Serve Treats At West Elm Seattle This Saturday

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As I peruse the many intriguing items offered on the West Elm website, I realize I’ve taken the safe route when it comes to décor. Between the taupe color palate and lack of texture, my bedroom is about as unstimulating as it gets. Luckily, there is a way to make my room more interesting […]

Stock Up For Summer Soirees At The Rosanna Warehouse Sale In Seattle

Décor Bon Bon Footed Square Bowl, $44

Look for chic tableware like this adorable Décor Bon Bon Footed Square Bowl ($44), perfect for your summer tabletop. (Photo Credit: Rosanna, Inc.)

It’s that time of year again: grad parties, bridal showers and backyard BBQs are right around the corner, and your tabletop decor should look the part. Lucky for us, Seattle-based […]

West Elm Seattle’s Upcoming Events

Fill these lovely Hive Vases ($24 to $34 at West Elm) with a sweet spring bunch.

Fill these lovely Hive Vases ($24 to $34 at West Elm) with a sweet spring bunch.

I’ve been in spring cleaning mode for the past couple weekends, so when I heard about West Elm’s upcoming events, I couldn’t help but squeal with delight. Who’s with me?

Stop by the South Lake Union store […]

Recap: Third Annual Weddings In Woodinville Is A Seattle Success

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It’s a well-known fact that planning a wedding tops the list as far as stressful experiences go. So, what if much of a bride’s work can get done for her in one, relaxing afternoon of planning and wine tasting, combined?

Woodsy elegance at Willows Lodge. (Photo Credit: Cory Parris Photography)

Last Sunday was […]

The Northwest Flower And Garden Show Coming To Washington State Convention Center

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Now that we’re in the grip of winter, it’s hard to look out to the leafless trees and homogenous verdure and conjure the image of a flora-filled spring. But time flies, and soon enough we’ll be knee deep in manure and loving it. Around these parts, we ring in the drizzly spring with a […]

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