Posts Tagged ‘country home accents’

Must-Have Country Checks

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Country checks are always a must-have when it comes to country home accents, and these five items from our catalog offer the perfect look for your country home.

Cotton Check ValanceBlack Check Bench Cushion

Curtains and Cushions

This made in the USA Bench Cushion and Valance create a classic look together in an entryway, foyer, reading nook or even a bedroom. Layer the valance with lace curtains for even more charm, and place the cushion on your favorite bench. Complement with seasonal pillows and decor throughout the year while maintaining a country feel.

Red and Black Check MirrorCheck Your Reflection

Also a great addition to a hallway, mudroom or entry is this Red and Black Check Mirror. A rustic home accent that adds a bit of color to your walls, the checks create a timeless look in your home.

Red Gingham Check Salt & Pepper Shakers

Gingham Style

Whether your kitchen is inspired by French country or farmhouse design, the red gingham check on these salt and pepper shakers will fit right in with your decor. Featuring a chicken wire design on glass, decorative salt and pepper shakers make a charming addition to your country table.

Vintage Checks

Country checks also make a charming statement on your floors. Our Vintage Vinyl Checkered Floorcloths are decorated in large rustic checks, which are distressed to offer that vintage look complementary of your country home furnishings. Place on a kitchen floor, in the laundry room or in a mudroom for decorative and non-slip qualities.

Vintage Vinyl Checkered Floorcloths

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Weekly Spotlight: What We Love About New Curtain Collections

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

We love curtains, and we know that you, fellow curtain lovers, are always looking for fresh yet timeless ways to dress your windows and add new textures and patterns to your stylish home accents. For this week’s spotlight, we are featuring four of our new spring curtain collections, and one classic collection to which we have added a new piece for spring. We’re highlighting just a few of the characteristics that make these collections so wonderful for your home, and if you would like to learn more (and take advantage of free shipping during our annual spring sale), browse our entire selection of beautiful window dressings.

Stella Rose Lace Curtain Collection

Stella Rose

  • High gauge crushed lace enhances the beautiful rose pattern for an elegant country look.
  • Swag features clip wrings to draw the middle upwards and into a complementary, sculpted shape.
  • Formal enough for a dining room, casual enough for a family room or kitchen.

Crochet Check Curtain CollectionCrochet Check

  • Classic checks are the perfect country pattern for any window.
  • Two valances available: a traditional straight edge and a full scalloped look.
  • Crochet edging sets these cotton curtains apart from other checked window dressings.

Mansfield Garden Lace Curtain CollectionMansfield Garden

  • Intricate lace design you will admire for days and years to come.
  • Five pieces offer enhanced styling options for every room in your home.
  • Light and airy medium gauge lace adds movement and charm to the windows it decorates.

Vineyard Macrame

  • Youthful style enhances timeless charm in a bedroom or family room.
  • Delicate falling flowers take these curtains from ordinary to exceptional.
  • Linen color adds a complementary look to country home furnishings; white adds appealing contrast.

Vineyard Macrame Curtain CollectionHydrangea Sheer Balloon Shade

Hydrangea Sheer: Balloon Shade

  • Newest addition to our customer favorite Hydrangea Sheer Curtain Collection.
  • Appliqued flower petals and embroidered centers add a homemade feel.
  • Balloon Shade lifts the window and surrounding home accents up, creating an airy elegance throughout the room.

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The Barn Door: A Favorite Indoor Trend

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Now that spring has almost entirely taken over our minds, gardens, pastels, fresh curtains and lighter bedding are all factors in our spring redecorating projects. If you’re planning a renovation or major redecorating endeavor for the spring or summer, now is the time to get started! A trend that has been gaining in momentum for the past couple of years is the addition of a barn door, especially indoors. While many of you may have actual barns with original barn doors, or have already incorporated a barn door into your country home, seeing different ways they are used and different variations on the barn door may spark some interest to change its appearance or function this year. And, if the way you use or display a barn door in your home is different than what you are about to see, share a picture with us; we always welcome more inspiration. Here are some of our favorites.

Rustic Meets Modern
The beautiful stain and the primitive hardware of this large door is in harmony with the bright yellow wall and recessed lighting by way of the hardwood floor and trim, giving it new life.

Eclectic Closet by Madison General Contractors SWEENEY CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION

Just Modern
This barn door is hard to miss – even with a large plant between it and the camera. We like this pop of color because it brightens up the room and makes the door itself a piece of art.

Transitional Dining Room by Dayton Interior Designers & Decorators Nest Designs LLC

If it looks like a door…
It probably is one, but we like how this barn door is used simply to brighten the space and add interest to a bare wall. It may not open to another room, but we like how creatively it is being used: the glass panels give the almost grungy look of the room a cleaner aesthetic.

Industrial Living Room by New York Architects & Building Designers Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC

Seeing Double
We like the glass panes at the top of this single barn door…

Traditional Kitchen by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators Su Casa Designs

…but we like them even better at the top of the double doors. Whether they close or not, the doubled version really gives the space a homey feel, and ties the fun country look together while maintaining the formal look of the wood floors. And for those who need symmetrical accents, these are the ones for you.

Rustic Home Office by Wooster General Contractors Weaver Custom Homes

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