Tuesday, March 1, 2022

How COVID has Transformed the Design of the Northwest Home

COVID has reshaped the design of the Northwest home, say Seattle Home & Garden Show exhibitors, who represent the leading building, design and landscape professionals in the region.  Carving out more private spaces for remote working and learning, urban gardening and urban farming (including raising small farm animals and growing your own produce) and increased interest in home recreation and entertainment, from saunas and spas to game rooms, are among the top trends the public can see at this year’s show as we enter the third year of the pandemic. 

With a one-stop shop all under one roof, this is an ideal opportunity for the public to learn more about the latest trends and products for the home, no matter the size of their project, even for consumers that reside in apartments and condos.

The Seattle Home & Garden Show along with Lumen Field Event Center are taking all the necessary safety precautions to welcome visitors back safely.  Please click here for the latest COVID-19 safety guidelines before attending the show.

No comments: