Awnings, Patio, & Landscape
Products to make the most of your outdoor living spaces: stone, awnings, furniture, fencing, and more!
David Smith & Co.
Phone: (206) 223-1598 x10
Address: 1107 Harrison Street Seattle WA 98109
When I first traveled to Bali nearly two decades ago, there were only about three telephones and one fax machine on the island. Much of life was lived at walking pace. That trip inspired language studies, extended stays in Bali and Java and enduring friendships across Southeast Asia. Along the way, my passion for antiques and handcrafted products evolved into what you see here. David Smith & Co. became a way for me to experience the wider world. Now I share the journey with you. Through the diverse voices that are David Smith & Co., we braid together the best of our culture with the skills and traditions of Southeast Asia. Today, we employ more than 100 people here and in Southeast Asia to bring you products that create nurturing spaces. As we continue to explore the best sources for items to offer directly to you, our customer, we expand what has become a global conversation. David Smith & Co. is proud to have created a partnership that begins with our artisans and extends to you. Respect among our craftsmen and staff stands behind our commitment to all of our customers.
- David Smith
Northwest Awning & Fabric
Phone: (206) 285-2941
Address: 4448 27th Avenue West Seattle WA 98199
Northwest Awning & Fabric has provided the greater Seattle area with awnings, canopies, tarps, graphics, and more for over 25 years. Our mission is to work closely with our customers to provide them with the best possible product to fit their needs.
Located in Magnolia, Northwest Awning & Fabric takes pride in being family-owned and family-operated.
Sacred Spaces Container DesignContact Person: Gretchen Champoux
Phone: (206) 375-4452
A Seattle-based garden design company specializing in creating unique garden spaces for the home or business.
Combining an eye for floral and foliage flair, Sacred Spaces aims to transform any space into a year-round outdoor retreat with creativity and functionality, sophistication and funk. You don’t have to own a house in order to garden – renters also don’t be dissuaded! Containers big and small are a fantastic way to dig in the dirt and also create enticing visual vignettes that delight the senses and green up what might seem like an impossible-to-plant area. Containers are not only functional but are to me like jewelry for the garden. Just as you can spruce up what may seem like an ordinary outfit with a funky thrift-store find necklace, in the garden, a few planted pots can make your garden, owned or not, grow a long way.