Thursday, October 4, 2012


Ferguson Enterprises
It’s the final day of set up for the 2012 edition of SeattleHome Show 2, and exhibitors are working furiously to make the final touches to their displays for Friday’s opening day.  Among the special visitors during Seattle Home Show 2’s set up was KING 5’s Christie Johnson, who offered viewers a sneak preview of what the public can see when the Show opens tomorrow.  Three exhibits were highlighted.
Ferguson Enterprises, which showed Christie its high tech toilet that features an automatically opening lid and seat, a smartphone-like touch pad to play music, a heated seat, a self-cleaning bowl, bidet functions and even a built in nightlight.  After the toilet, Ferguson demonstrated its new magnetic induction “burner-less” cooktop that automatically adjusts to cook any size pot or pan (up to five at a time). 
The Mural Works

Coast Cabins
Moving from kitchen and bath, Christie visited with muralist Andy Eccleshall of the Mural Works, who showed King 5 viewers how they can transform their homes using the art of trompe d’oeil.  
Christie wound up the preview with a visit to Coast Cabins and their unique backyard cottage showing how consumers can build the backyard cottage of their dreams using a rubber mallet.
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