Destinations: Local people exhibiting at the Seattle Home Show

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Ticket link

Shoreline tile artist Paul Lewing will be in Booth 634 at the Seattle Home Show, Saturday February 23 through March 3, 2019. (See previous article about Paul)

Paul says, "I'll be showing my tile murals again in Booth #634. If you're planning on attending, go to the Home Show website, click on Get Tickets, click One Adult, and enter the promo code on the graphic above. It will get you 2-for-1 entry and $5 parking. I hope I'll see you there."

Shoreline businesses at the Home Show

  • All Seasons Sun Control
  • Carriage Houses Northwest
  • Paul Lewing Custom Tile

From backyard cottages to tiny homes, from smart home technology to landscaping and kitchen remodeling, Northwesterners will see all the latest for the home when the Seattle Home Show, the nation’s oldest and largest consumer home show, marks its 75th anniversary February 23 through March 3 at CenturyLink Field Event Center, 800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle 98134.

New products will abound at the 75th Seattle Home Show, including a “smart” induction burner, complete with its own smart pan and recipe app that guides you through every step, using Bluetooth technology not only to automatically control the burner’s temperature but send you alerts along the way until your dish is complete.

There’s also an outdoor lighting system, managed using your mobile device, letting you control all aspects of your lighting, as well as a “collapsible” tiny log cabin that lets you quickly assemble or disassemble it to move to another location.

“Seattle Home Show is the largest single gathering of the Northwest’s top building professionals open to the public,” said Mike Kalian, executive director. 
“At Seattle Home Show, consumers have a one-of-a-kind opportunity not only to meet with them and comparison shop under one roof, but to see the new products and services as well as attend seminars taught by industry experts.”

As the 75th anniversary of the oldest home show in the country takes place right in the Northwest’s own backyard, technology for the home is big, housing is robust and remodeling continues to thrive.

Many homeowners here are choosing to remodel and stay in place rather than deal with the high cost of buying a new home and first-time homebuyers are often purchasing homes “as is” with the expectation that they will be investing in home renovations.

For both groups, Seattle Home Show provides an ideal venue for one-stop shopping for their home’s interior and exterior needs, from the leading builders, designers, landscapers and other building professionals in the region.


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