We are pleased to host the “Art of The Weave” event in partnership with the American Society of Interior Designers. This family-friendly event will be held on March 29, 2015 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in our Boston showroom located on 390 Stuart Street Boston Ma.
Guests will learn the techniques and artistic expression of rugs and textiles, from the first weave to the final product. The event will also include a brief history of the unique art of rug weaving, a demonstration of how to create a personal weaved rug, and a discussion run by our team. There will also be interactive activities for children including a scavenger hunt!
This event is free and open to the public; refreshments will be served. However, we do recommend that you register in advance due to limited space available. To register, please go to http://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-of-the-weave-tickets-16226197995.
Whether you are remodeling your home or moving into a new one, stylish window treatments add your own personal touch to any room.
Window treatments have the ability to create privacy, add color and natural light to any room, and tie the room together. Curtains, shades, shutters, and blinds allow you to add something special and exclusive to your home. The length of the fabric can also be a huge factor in the look and feel you’re trying to create.
Longer Window Treatments
Window treatments that begin at the ceiling and end at the floor gives the appearance of a higher, larger space. Longer treatments can also keep out the natural light by having dark coloring and keeping the treatments closed. Longer window treatments give a room a sense of disclosure and privacy! Longer curtains add a focal point to any living room, sitting room or bedroom.
Shorter Window Treatments
Shorter window treatments are perfect for giving any room privacy while also letting in the natural light. Roman shades accent any space with fabric and allow natural light while still providing the privacy of a shade. Blinds allow for light control in a room. Whether you prefer little or more light, blinds let you control how much light to allow into your room. A valance would look perfect in any kitchen or bathroom window adding just enough light adding a comfortable, homey feeling to any home!