If adding 50 shades of gray to your bedroom is a bit more than you are ready to take on, try adding these five grays as a start. That movie is about home décor, right?
Kate moved to Seattle from the Midwest because of promises of milder weather. In the first two weeks of her cross county move she was exposed to a 6.8 earthquake and a debilitating snowstorm. Not one to scare easily, she decided to stick it out here in the land of evergreens and fell deeply in love with the PNW.
Kate began her career as an auditor for Nordstrom before attending law school. She was a prosecuting attorney for 6 years, working the trial circuit like it was her job…which it was. She and her husband moved to Madrona, had a couple of babies, and she decided to stay home with the tots.
After having kids, Kate quickly realized she was a birthday party obsessed mom. In an effort to preserve her party memories (along with her other crafts) she started Nearly Crafty. Kate was also an editor for the Baby Gizmo blog and has been featured in Seattle’s own Make and Takes crafting blog.
Recent stories by Kate Sigafoos
Textile lovers can unite over the resurgence of 70’s inspired woven wall hangings. Whether you decide to make them or buy them, these wall hangings will add a retro pop of color and texture to the walls of your home.
Take a trip back in time to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and the destruction of Pompeii at the last US stop on the tour of Pompeii: The Exhibition.
The Super Bowl is over and you are in sport-watching withdrawal (and depression)? Fill the void with these other great Seattle teams that are playing over the next several weeks.
Take your guest room from plain to perfection by adding a few special details to the space. Your guests will feel welcome no matter how matter how many miles from home they may be.
Don’t relegate your liquor stash to some under counter cupboard. Bring it front and center with a perfectly stocked bar cart!
The Pantone color of the year is the rich, earthy red Marsala. A nice break from the brights of years past, this color can easily be worked into your home décor to keep you on trend!
Put away the holiday décor and get your home ready to ring in 2015 with these New Year’s Eve party props!
Santa made good on every gift on your list this year, but left you with something extra as well: 10,000 cardboard boxes. Here are some fun projects you can do with those boxes between recycling truck visits!
Have a fitness buff in your life? Stop sweating what to get them with this list of fitness related stocking stuffers under $25.
How are you decorating your tree this year? If you need some inspiration to take your tree from plain to perfect, check out these handmade Christmas tree ornaments.
Your crafty friend makes whatever they need, so what in the world are you supposed to get them this holiday season? Check out this list of great gifts that will bring a handmade smile to their face.
If you are hosting Friendsgiving this year, check out these tips to make the friendly feast a success!
DIY projects can be rewarding and cost effective...sometimes. Read up on when to tackle a project yourself and when to hire it out.
Get your bedroom ready for winter by adding some quick home décor elements that will make your cave the coziest in town.
Eyelash extensions are sweeping the nations (no - seriously). We took a look at what the process is, what the price is, and whether they're really worth it (do you seriously never have to wear mascara again?)
Halloween is upon us so get your home in Trick-or-Treat shape with these last minute Halloween decor ideas!
Move away from the overpowering scented candles of the past with these refined scented candles.
When it it time to upgrade your furniture you need to stop by Couch in Ballard for the best in custom couch design. Your design wish is their command!
Flying with kids is never a fun time, so here are direct flights to warm weather that will get you and your brood to relaxation and fun in the easiest way possible!
Farewell Paperie kicks all your preconceived notions of letterpress to the curb with their hilarious yet touching cards and stationery products. Because sometimes you really do need a card that says, "Being an adult sucks."
After having his messenger bag stolen in 2003, Eli Reich turned lemons into lemonade by creating his first messenger bag out of old bike tire tubes he had in his home. Within a few years Eli had turned this one creation into an entire company and manufacting facility and was saving tubes from landfills across the country.
Locals and visitors alike will enjoy some of Seattle's most creative food tours. Tours can include bikes, kayaks, early access to Pike Place Market, or cooking classes. Seattle food tours know no bounds!
Serious Eats recently produced a list of Seattle's best ice cream which included a lot of newer faces in the Seattle ice cream scene. I took one for the team and tested out their top picks.
Catherine Grisez has created a deep body of sculptural work and jewerly over her 15 years in Seattle. Spilling gemstones and strong industrial influences make her work compeling and beautiful.