With the cool weather in the air and kids walking to and from school it’s time to come together as a Parkmead community and spend Saturday September 12, 2015 on the Newell Avenue Pathway Repair project.
Our treasured pathway was originally build in the late 1990’s and since we’ve been through period’s of crazy downpour and years with little more then a drop the ground has become uneven creating potholes in some areas. The path is a danger for walkers, runners and quite difficult for pushing strollers. The overall pathway leads half a mile from Olympic to the I-680 overpass.
We’re looking for volunteers to help on Sept. 12 as we improve the path area at the entrance to Parkmead Elementary on Magnolia Way and Newell Ave. Through donations from our neighbors we have raised $4,000 to complete this area of work. While we love to include the community, this is definitely an adults job! Come, support your neighborhood, as we need volunteers to run a rototiller, spray the path with water, rake the new decomposed granite material to level the pathway, use a vibratory compactor plate and various other responsibilities. If we can get enough people to help we’ll complete this project in one day! If you can volunteer please contact Chris Hockett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are thinking about doing something to your home in 2015, here is a recap of the most popular articles on Houzz. See if any of these are something you are interested in!!
Houzz Quiz: What’s Your Decorating Style?
I am hoping to redo my kitchen/make a great room in the next year or two. My favorite ideas are the pull out knife drawer – keeps things simple and off the counters; the pantry cabinet for those who can’t do a walk in; and the cookie sheet cubbies!
What is your favorite idea?
“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” Buddha
Marsala – yes, like the wine!
The impactful, full-bodied qualities of Marsala make for an elegant, grounded statement color when used on its own or, I like it as a strong accent to many other colors. It can add to any room by incorporating the hue in accent pieces, accessories and paint.
Marsala’s plush characteristics are enhanced when the color is applied to textured surfaces, making it an ideal choice for rugs and upholstered living room furniture. Here is another article on Marsala that my stager Cathy Lee shared with me. What do you think about this color and how would you use it?
Use the new ‘it‘ color on your Furniture,
On your House Accessories,
Or simply paint a strategic Wall!
Here are more tips on how to use this beautiful color
So, Reclaimed Wood is Totally In!!!
From Horizontal Gardens to your Bedroom wall, it’s just the right way to go when the idea is to add a stylish and yet ‘Home Sweet Home’ feel to a room.
It creates a warm environment with an unique and unsettling sophistication to wherever it’s installed. There are vendors at the Alameda Antique Fair who create furniture from reclaimed redwood that is absolutely gorgeous.
Check some of these Great Ideas:
Living Room Wall Panel Style
Did You Absolutely Love it?? So, dive deeper into the subject by checking this great Houzz post!
Some great ideas if you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen!