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Mar 16, 2010
Not to rain on your daylight savings time parade, but I’d like to point out that we do lean quite heavily on artificial light around here. Consider lamps, then, the shoes of your home’s...
Mar 12, 2010
What if the definition of luxury begins to shift, and we start associating the term not with logos and character-driven brand names but the prestige of well-made, artisan-produced, mindful goods...
Mar 11, 2010
When Olivine closed its Ballard Ave doors in the summer of 08, you could pretty much hear hearts breaking all over the city. Women loved that store. The clothes were feminine, but they were easy....
Mar 10, 2010
The early bird does, typically speaking, get the fat, juicy worm. But those who sleep late and/or forgo the 18-month engagement period sometimes do okay, as well.
Inspired in part by my brother’s...
Mar 9, 2010
The store doesn’t call a lot of attention to itself—from the outside. Inside Edgar: The Store, however, is a colorful and thoughtful collection of artisan-made pieces and flea market finds that...
Mar 5, 2010
Opening March 12 at the new, buzzed-about, supercool White Sage Studio in Ballard: New Victorian, a show of gorgeously patterned wallpaper designs including one called “Wallflower” by Jordan...
Mar 3, 2010
Got crafty designs on your wedding day decor but feeling unsure about sourcing materials, operating a screwdriver, and/or achieving an Amy Atlas-like ultraperfect atmosphere?
First, drop the...
Mar 2, 2010
Recently, just about every buyer from Seattle’s big, small, important, and influential shops watched as Peruvian-made, hand-loomed, handknit scarves, sweaters, and ponchos as well as dress shirts...
Mar 1, 2010
When wedding vendors party, everyone has a good time.
Feb 23, 2010
You read the fine print at the bottom of February’s Style Counsel page, and you’ve been waiting for a look at Maresa Patterson’s premier Stella Love collection. Well here it is.
The collection is...
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