Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 10, 2005
There is a casual elegance and warmth to life in a fine cedar home. Cedar Living, a new publication, will be making its debut this January. It will bring together all elements of this lifestyle, showcasing architecture, design, furnishings and the personal style of homeowners, builders and designers, whose creative expressions inspire others. The first issue of this magazine, will cover stories and tips on interior design dilemmas, non-toxic paints, the ins and outs of windows, lighting your home, construction loans, and much more.
The new magazine ÂCedar LivingÂ is produced by Lindal Cedar Homes of Seattle. Lindal Cedar Homes is the largest designer and manufacturer of custom cedar homes in the world. Lindal Cedar Homes are sold through a network of independent, trained business people. They share the manufacturerÂs 60 years of experience with homebuyers, addressing everything from design and pricing to building codes and financing. The editor-in-chief for the new magazine is Sir Walter Lindal, the founder of Lindal Cedar Homes. Sir Walter founded the company in 1945 to help meet the demand for new homes following World War II, and his original thinking has led to its success. Over the years, he has continued to invent innovations that set Lindal products apart from competitors, and he holds 14 patents in the United States and Canada.
Those who enjoy the lifestyle of cedar will certainly find this new magazine exciting. ÂCedar LivingÂ magazine will be on the newsstands by mid January. Copies of the magazine are also available by calling 1.888.454.6325
Contact: Jerry Rouleau
860.589.7391 email: email@example.com
Upcoming Cedar Living Magazine Feature articles will include:
Celebrating Family- A family talks about how their retirement home is used as a central spot for kids and grandkids to visit. ItÂs a heartwarming story filled with photos.
Grand Entries - Entries are not a throwaway element of your home Â they say a lot about you and your lifestyle. The entry is the first thing guestÂs see and it can make them feel welcomed or not. Entries must be considered from inside and out.
Meet Jim Cutler - This story is primarily a profile piece focusing on world-renowned architect Jim Cutler, who shares his views on integrating architecture into a landscape, and how the new Lindal Reflection Home offers world-class design to homebuyers at a portion of the normal cost.
More than a Bathroom - Customers are turning bathrooms into retreats within their home - incorporating steam showers, saunas, art and high-end fixtures.
Light Fantastic - The story is about how one designer and homeowner capitalized on abundant natural light and an array of creative lighting ideas, to make a home inviting, functional and beautiful.
Home Wine Cellars - Wine and wine collecting is a great lifestyle topic Â and a generator of a lot of consumer interest. The writer interviews two homeowners about their wine cellars, complimented with photos of each.
From a Distance - The focus of this story is about the process of turning your dream of a vacation home into reality. The story talks about the process of doing this type of project from a distance.
The Splendors of Lakeside Living - This is basically a reflective, poetic essay Â very photo driven and is about the joys and magic of lakeside living. Filled with beautiful photography.
Copies of the magazine are also available by calling
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