New Sheers & Lace at SYW

At Sturbridge Yankee Workshop we are pleased to offer FREE SHIPPING on all curtain collections in both our New Spring 2012 Catalog and on our website. For Spring, many new curtain collections featuring sheers and lace are available.

Spring is the perfect time to consider updating the look of your windows. Remove the feeling of heavy, weighted and dark curtains for lighter weight and sheer materials. At Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, we are proud to offer such a large curtain selection that can suit individual tastes, as well as varying decor styles. For the spring season, we have incorporated many new sheer and lace options for customers to choose from. Pictured here to the left is our unique Lace Balloon Shade.

A distinctive balloon style shade boasts an intricate soft, old world jacquard lace with a scalloped edge. Displaying delicate penny flower, circular designs and clip rings that allow for an adjustable height; customers will love the look of a shade like this on their window. Sturbridge Yankee Workshop’s Lace Balloon Shade is the perfect accent for a singular window at the top of a staircase or perhaps for a vintage inspired bathroom. Crafted of 100% polyester, with a cotton like feel, customers can choose from a pretty cream or a crisp white.

Another new curtain collection at SYW, includes our Dogwood Lace Curtain Collection, seen here to the left. The entire collection is crafted of a poly-cotton blend, (a lighter weight but quality cotton) here in the USA. We find a scene filled with dogwood flowers just in time for spring. Our Dogwood Lace Curtains have a unique staggered and slightly scalloped bottom which gives this curtain collection a fresh look. A valance, swag, tiers and panels are available in the collection in a choice of ecru or white. Create a light and airy window treatment to soften the mood in your home, with these pretty floral curtains.

Dogwood flowers, like the ones seen woven into the fabric on the left, are truly symbolic of springtime. Did you know that the buds of the dogwood blossom are actually hidden from the previous summer and stay nestled in the bracts (petals) until spring? This allows the dogwood flower to be one of the first spring flowers to “pop out” between early March through June. Spring marks the official reproductive cycle of the Dogwood Tree. The beautiful dogwood flowers can range in color from a creamy white to a pink, and are even seen in shades of red.

~We hope you enjoy dressing up your windows for spring and remember FREE SHIPPING on all curtains during our Annual Spring Sale!

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