Making a return appearance at the Seattle Home Show is Ph.D Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori of History Channel’s #1 rated Treasure Hunting TV show The Curse of Oak Island. Just as she identifies artifacts on the TV show, Dr. Lori will identify and value your antiques, art and other collectibles at the Seattle Home Show. No standing in lines or pre-registration is required. Valuations are complimentary. Dr. Lori appears at the Seattle Home on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, February 20 twice daily. One item per person, at each appearance.
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Thursday, December 21, 2017
It’s almost time to “Spring into Action” on all things for your home at the Seattle Home Show, the oldest and largest consumer home show in the country. From February 17 – 25, Northwesterners will be able to see the latest ideas, products and services for the home when this annual housing extravaganza opens its doors at CenturyLink Field Event Center for its annual nine-day run.
Many exciting features are planned for this year’s show, including the popular Outdoor Living, Wine and Food Garden; Swim/Bike/Run to raise money for affordable housing; and free art, antique and collectible appraisals by celebrity appraiser Dr. Lori. Be sure to check back regularly for more details!
Sunday, October 8, 2017
The 2017 edition of Seattle Home Show 2 is now over. Thanks to all our exhibitors and show visitors who helped make this year’s show a success! From remodeling to outdoor living, from game rooms to digital spas, Seattle Home Show 2 has brought together all the best for fall and winter home improvement! Be sure to stay tuned for more on our 2018 show February 17 to 25!
Aqua Quip, BECU, Forever Lawn, Kitchen Plus, Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, Matvey Construction, RSVP, The Seattle Times and your Western Washington Toyota Dealers. Come check them out!
We’re in the final hours of the 2017 edition of Seattle Home Show 2, and there is still time to check out all the exciting things for the home. Show visitors are having fun learning about all the different ways they can improve their homes, from kitchen remodeling from exhibitor Kitchen Plus to foundation and concrete repairs from Matvey Construction. Show closes at 5 pm today. Don’t miss out!
For unique doors that are both functional and beautiful, stop by Iron Door Works. The company isshowcasing its handmade doors and handles that transform your space from ordinary to out of this world. Come join other show visitors and check them out!
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Wane & Flitch of Tacoma. The company uses locally reclaimed trees to create hand crafted furniture that is unique and timeless. Wane & Flitch controls the entire process, from milling to finished piece. They also offer wood slabs from salvaged trees for your own do-it-yourself project. Stop by the show to take a look!
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