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Northwest Home November 2011

The latest issue of our home design publication, found inside every other issue of Seattle magazine.

By Seattle Mag October 17, 2011

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This article originally appeared in the November 2011 issue of Seattle magazine.

The latest issue of Northwest Home (found inside the November issue of Seattle magazine) reveals local home shopping finds, such as the green goodies at Capitol Hill’s NuBe Green, style pointers on creating a chic chalet and how a little coaching helped one bachelor design his dream pad. Plus, our Home of Month tells the story of a mod remodel on Queen Anne (tour it: November 20).

 

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