Have you picked up your May issue of Seattle Magazine?
Turn to page 73 to see Kassie alongside "Georgetown's indisputable style makers" as a part of the magazine's 'Top Home Decor Shops'.
Always an honor to be highlighted as a part of the wonderfully indispensable Georgetown community!more
Kassie Keith is pleased to announce that she has upgraded her space size at Haystack Antiques in Bellevue!
It is a big beautiful booth, all decked out with new inventory. So if you find yourself on the Eastside, head over to 144 105th Avenue NE to take a peek yourself!more
Come on down to Georgetown this Saturday for the last Art Attack of 2013!
Kassie Keith will be hosting Robert Burch, a local artist working with the mediums of glassblowing and painting. We are excited to have several pieces of Robert's work here in our showroom.
Hailing from Atlanta, Robert first came to Seattle to attend the Pilchuck Glass School, deciding to stay in the Emerald City to further his art education and 3-D vocabulary.
His work shows widely across the United States, as he continues embedding himself in the community of artists in the Northwest.
Check out the video below to see Robert's process for a piece from his Fractured series - it's pretty mesmerizing.
Hope to see you this Saturday, December 14th, from 6 to 9! Come drink some wine with us and check out Robert's pieces.more
This week Kassie Keith's Showroom will be closed Wednesday to Friday for Thanksgiving.
Saturday we will have regular hours from 10 to 6, and will be participating in Small Business Saturday! Support your local shops, and receive $10 back when you spend $10 or more on your American Express Card.
Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and see you Saturday!more
Just wanted to say T H A N K Y O U to all who came to Kassie Keith's Saturday night! It was wonderful to celebrate with you in our revamped space of fresh inventory.
A big shout out to DJ Soul One for the perfectly curated sounds and Brass Tacks for the scrumptious snacks (seriously, how addicting were those mini biscuits?!?).
Hope to see you all again next time!more
It is time for another marvelous Kassie Keith party to attend!
Please join us our Georgetown Showroom this Saturday, November 16th, to help celebrate the arrival of fresh inventory from Kassie's latest buying trip!
There will be noshes provided by Brass Tacks, and accompanying sounds thanks to DJ Soul One.
Party starts at 6. Come, have a glass of wine with us!more
Halloween is coming up!
Kassie Keith has some curiously creepy items that will make your decorations the spookiest on the block, or make your All Hallows Eve party decor the best yet.
Come on down to the Georgetown shop to get your doll heads, mysteriously labeled apothecary jars, sinister anatomical prints, and gory wound-imitating rubber gloves and masks.more
Kassie Keith has been given the wonderful opportunity to display her curiosities in Tom Douglas' Assembly Hall!
Located at 2121 6th Avenue in the Belltown, Assembly Hall is home to Tanaka San, Home Remedy, and Assembly Hall Juice and Coffee.
Curiosities and Objects of Art are displayed in the two shelving units across from Assembly Hall Juice and Coffee.
We are honored and excited to be a part of this space - check out the photos below and visit Assembly Hall to see for yourself!more
Come on down to Georgetown's Art Attack this Saturday, September 14th!
Kassie Keith will be hosting Seattle Designer April Pride, maker of THE DRESS - a one-size-fits-most Vintage inspired dress.
Party starts at 6 at Kassie Keith's Pop-Up at 5951 Airport Way South. Hope to see you there!more
Whether it is recontextualizing how an antique exists in a contemporary home, revealing beautifully worn wood from years of masked paint, or believing in salvaged materials - seeing the potential in pieces is a main element of Kassie's craft.
There is always a sense of excitement when the imagined potential of a piece is executed - as was the case with some of Kassie's upholstery projects: the Texas day bed looked like firewood before it was brought back to life; the bucket chair was merely a wood frame; and the Napoleon Toile style chair was in dire need of new fabric.
Check out the photos below to see some upholstery makeover before and afters!more
Come on down Kassie Keith's shop in Georgetown to check out some great old tin-type portraits, some black and white photos from a 1940s nudist colony, and a stack of rodeo photos complete with cowboys and lassos.
We also have a collection of colorful maps from 1903 you can comb through, some beautiful old medical prints, and botanical drawings for homeopathic remedies.
If you like the grainy quality of old photos, the uncomplicated faces of portraits, art of the past, cowboys, and pin-ups - you'll have fun sifting through Kassie Keith's collection.more
What better way to start the week than by opening presents? It was like Christmas in August at Kassie Keith's workshop today!
A shipment of carefully packaged goods arrived from Kassie's pick in Tennessee - which means a lot more curiosities and exceptional pieces are soon to be debuted!
Check out the pictures below of Jorge and Humberto unpacking the height-sized boxes, and stay tuned for updates on the new inventory.more
Kassie Keith Curiosities and Home Decor is pleased to announce the launch of our newly designed multi-dimensional website!
Keep up with all the curious happenings at Kassie Keith by checking out our blog, finding Kassie Keith on social media outlets, and subscribing to our mail list.more
A big T H A N K Y O U to all who came out to the Pop Up Grand Opening to celebrate with us!
Thank you to Manu of La Bodega for providing delicious food and to Georgetown Brewery for providing libations, and thank you to Sub Pop’s Silver Jubilee – it was a great success and a lot of fun.
We hope you had as good a time as we had hosting! If you’d like to attend more Kassie Keith events as awesome as this one, please join our mailing list.more
Kassie Keith Curiosities & Home Décor is pleased to announced the opening of a Pop-Up shop in Seattle’s historic Georgetown neighborhood.
Kassie Keith’s pieces will be displayed in a space with equal amounts of history, as the building was previously a butcher shop-turned-tavern-turned vespa shop.
The new storefront boasts French doors and beveled glass windowpanes, looking across to the historic brick stock-house and brew-house of Airport Way South.
The building is going through quite a transformation in preparation for the Pop-Up Shop Grand Opening in conjunction with Sub Pop’s Silver Jubilee Festival on July 13th.
Check out some photos below of the progress of prepping the space for Kassie Keith’s retail debut – and stay tuned for more information on the Grand Opening Soiree!more