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This week we’re talking…New coffee table books, bird wall hangings, & Window Treatments 101 Part II!
RACHEL’S PICK: HAND MADE BIRD HEADS
Our new hand-painted, paper mache exotic bird heads are truly stunning. Each has his own personality, and unique beauty. Put the collection of characters on a wall in a nursery, or pick one with the perfect personality for a textural detail on a gallery wall. I promise you can find a home for these birds.
Prices starting at $48
Our very own Rachel Ambrose highlights her favorite item in the store. From furniture to accessories and everything in between, Rachel’s Pick is your guide to our favorite swoon-worthy finds.
As owner & Proprietor of Home Remedies, I guess you could say I’m the captain of this ship. After years of traveling out of state for a good selection of fabrics, I opened Home Remedies in April 2010. We’ve evolved quite a bit since then, and I’m so glad you’re sailing along on this journey with us!
NEW COFFEE TABLE BOOKS
We believe each coffee table book is a work of art. They inspire, educate, add character, and start conversations. Each collection is unique, making coffee table books an essential styling tool. You can arrange by cover color, genre, or rotate an assortment seasonally. Display one at a time to showcase your current interests, or create a worldly look with stacks as your side tables.
The possibilities are endless, and that is why they are the perfect home remedy!
Here at Home Remedies we love windows. Window dressings are often the most overlooked design element when planning a space, but they’re so important and functional that we recommend starting with windows. Browse any design magazine or website and you’ll notice that all photographed rooms have window treatments.
In this 4 part mini series, we’re going to address how to shop for window treatments.
Now that you’re thinking about what your window needs are, let’s take a look at what your window’s needs are.
Are there any architectual details that interfere with your windows (if you live in an old New England home, we’re looking at you)? Or even if you live in a newer home, what kind of windows are we covering? Certain window styles dictate the type of hardware needed, and thus the finished product.
While we don’t expect you to know how or why these details may interfere, bring these elements to our attention so that we may help you successfuly dress your windows!
Stay tuned next week for Part III:
Soft Treatments and the very official Sharpie Method