New Store: Maison Luxe

By Seattle Mag August 5, 2013

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

It’s been almost four years since Kelie Grosso decamped her interiors store, Maison Luxe, from its First Avenue digs to an appointment-only spot on an upper floor of a historic Pioneer Square office space. But as of April, Maison Luxe is back in the retail business, having taken over the airy Madison Valley storefront recently vacated by Veritables and now filled with Grosso’s signature blend of tony décor finds (we’re seriously coveting the red Hermès tray we spied there recently), candles, coffee table books (and the right table to put them on), custom-upholstered furniture and a wall of art by local superstar Jennifer Ament. 2806 E Madison St.; 206.405.2828; maisonluxe.net

 

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