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Prefab Homes in Seattle

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Our new prefab homes with Seattle area designs, embodies respect for the environment and incorporates the work of local craftsmen, making each a unique jewel. GreenPod® homes are designed to the highest Built Green and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certifications with our 5 Star Criteria for Living consisting of: Healthy Air, Energy Conservation, Sustainability, Water for Life, and Beauty.

We believe each home should be designed to optimize the site so all plans are customized. This concept differs from other new prefab homes in Seattle as GreenPod® also offers a variety of selected natural interiors products that promotes healthy indoor air quality. We have developed varying styles which complement the homes in different areas and landscapes.

What is a Pre-Fab home?
Short for Prefabricated housing, “Prefab” is a broad term that encompasses several different types of building.Technically, any home that has sections of the structure built in

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Home Decor in Seattle – Yelp

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Seattle Mansions: Simonyi’s Windows 2000 House

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Charles Simonyi is a Hungarian-born former Microsoft executive. He was the man once behind constructing Microsoft Office’s Word and Excel software. His Medina mansion is one of the most picturesque and must-see places on Lake Washington (LW 130 Homes pages 4 and 94). The mansion is 19,000 sq ft on 1.3 acres with 300 feet of waterfront. The home is known locally as the “Windows 2000 House” and “Villa Simonyi.” It got the Windows 2000 name when Microsoft introduced Windows 2000. The rumor is a few windows were added to the house to bring the total to 2,000.
His former girl-friend, from the 1980s until 2008, was Martha Stewart. He picked her up with his personal jet when she got out of jail in 2005. He had a sudden infatuation with a new girlfriend Lisa Persdotter a Swedish socialite. They got engaged in St.
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Interior Designer Jobs, Employment in Seattle, WA

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Innovative Home Renovations

Seattle, WA 98115 (Hawthorne Hills area)


Temporarily remote



$52,000 – $65,000 a year

  • Interior Design: 4 years (Required).
  • Only full-time employees eligible.
  • Personal protective equipment provided or required.

Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown area)



From $70,000 a year

  • As a Momentum interior designer, you’ll collaborate with team partners and industry professionals, and integrate your knowledge of creative solutions and…


Dawson Design Associates

Port Orchard, WA 98366


Temporarily remote

  • We are immediately seeking to hire a full-time interior designer and/or interior architect.
  • In this position, you will be interfacing directly with the CEO and…

Seattle, WA 98101 (Waterfront area)

  • Ideal candidates have 2-5 years of experience, practice a concept-based approach to design, have a passion for designing for health, good technical skills,…

Seattle, WA 98105 (Ravenna area)

  • Collaborate with store design experts and digital interior designers on design tasks, such as
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Bouncy House: Seattle and Portland Bounce House & Seattle and Portland Inflatables Rental

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Click the buttons above or below to browse our huge selection of bounce houses and party equipment or use the Plan Your Party Now button to view availability and order your bounce houses 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Locations are just outside of Seattle, Portland, OR / Vancouver, WA area and Bellingham. We deliver fun to your location: residential, business, birthday party, school, university, venue, church, daycare center, corp. event, fair, festival, park or any location where fun is the priority, safely and hassle free, 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! So, make your next party a Bouncyhouse.com party!
We provide inflatables and bounce house rentals in King County, Snohomish County, Pierce County, Thurston County, Kitsap County, Island County, Skagit County, Whatcom County, San Juan County, Jefferson County, Cowlitz County, Lewis County and most other counties in the State of Washington, Greater Seattle Area, Puget Sound Area

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Treehouse vacation rentals near Seattle for lofty getaways

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The Seattle area is known for its bountiful evergreen trees, so what better way to experience them than up among them? There’s a treehouse for pretty much every need. Some are in-city or near-city, others are pretty far out there. Some have more house-like amenities like television and cooking equipment, while others are little more than a covered deck.

One thing they all have in common besides the trees, though: They’re all creative. You don’t choose boring when you’re planning on building a treehouse. From Seattle to the San Juans, these 10 rentals are perfect for feeling a little less grounded. Sure, you could stay in a top dollar hotel for your next weekend getaway, but why dole out

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SEATTLE MODULAR HOMES

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HEALTHY SUSTAINABLE MODULAR AND SITE-BUILT HOMES

Woman-owned GreenPod Development, LLC creates green-jobs by building new modular and sitebuilt homes with healthy interiors and furnishings. GreenPod assures basic human needs: clean water, clean air, natural light, temperature-controlled, efficiently-designed homes in a beautiful environment. GreenPod Intelligent Environments selects only sustainable, socially responsible and traceable sourced material for interior and exterior construction. We provide architectural design and construction services, specializing in making custom sustainable homes and products.

 

 


 

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ENERGY EFFICIENT AND LOW MAINTENANCE HOMES

Our WaterHaus designs are the first homes to offer sustainable healthy interiors. Designer Ann Raab utilizes movable walls, natural and cost-efficient lighting and interior glass to visually enlarge living spaces, while reducing the home’s environmental footprint to only 450-square-feet that contains everything you need. Our smallest Seattle modular homes design complies

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Seattle Homes for Sale: Seattle, WA Real Estate

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Seattle Real Estate Listings & Homes for Sale

Research Seattle real estate market trends and find homes for sale. Search for new homes, open houses, recently sold homes and reduced price real estate in Seattle.

Home Prices in Seattle

The asking price of homes for sale in Seattle has since November last year, while the number of homes for sale has See more Seattle Home Prices & Values.

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She thought they were renovating the kitchen, he worked with a Seattle company on a bigger surprise

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30 years into their marriage and nearly 20 years in the same house, Alvin and Joanne were ready for a refresh — not the marriage, Alvin emphasizes.

“It doesn’t feel like it’s been that long! We still feel like newlyweds who got married yesterday,” he says.

But the house was starting to feel a little dated, and the couple heard from a friend that Granite Transformations did really great work. As a former interior designer Joanne took the lead on most decisions, and then Alvin came up with a plan to celebrate their love at the same time.

“I said honey, I don’t think we can afford to do all this, and convinced her to postpone the fireplace and bathroom renovations. But of course in my head I thought ‘I’m going to make sure we get this done.”

Alvin worked with Granite Transformations to orchestrate a surprise, and they completed

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The Seattle Japanese Garden turns 60 with fitting testaments to rebirth and resilience

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THE SEATTLE JAPANESE GARDEN, a 3.5-acre public garden within Washington Park Arboretum, is celebrating a very special milestone: It’s turning 60. It takes 60 years to cycle through the Chinese zodiac calendar. In Japan, the occasion is called kanreki and is celebrated as a return to childhood, a rebirth. “This auspicious anniversary seems especially fitting for our garden, which is constantly renewing,” says Jessa Gardner, Seattle Japanese Garden Programs Manager.

Development of the garden, one of the most notable Japanese gardens outside Japan, was a collaborative effort between the Arboretum Foundation and Tokyo government officials in the 1950s. Working from site photos and a topographical map, plans emerged from a team of experienced Japanese designers for an Edo-style stroll garden — a landscape to be experienced from within. A storytelling garden with footsteps revealing a succession of landscape elements and views depicting nature, literature and art. The garden, which opened

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