Oddball Finds at Kassie Keith’s Home Decor Shop

By Seattle Mag

September 25, 2013

This article originally appeared in the October 2013 issue of Seattle Magazine.

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Meryl Alcabes

Capitol Hill–based estate sale and vintage huntress Kassie Keith has parlayed her passion for eclectic home décor into a profession, opening an eponymous store last summer in a former scooter shop smack-dab in the middle of Georgetown. Keith is attracted to “industrial, rustic, odd and unique” curiosities that range from slightly creepy to insanely cool, including old-timey anatomical medical models, vintage maps, novelty signs, religious ephemera, taxidermy and whatever else strikes her fancy. She also designs furniture (which her team constructs in her White Center workshop), using salvaged objects such as industrial fan pieces, a wooden ship hatch, surveyor sticks and an antique hairdryer, all of them finds from around the country. 5951 Airport Way S; 206.432.9336; kassiekeith.com


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