You may have noticed an abundance of books and articles floating around lately about a concept called “hygge.” Pronounced hue-guh, this Danish word is distantly related to our English word, “hug.” But hygge is less about literal hugs, and more about creating that hug-like feeling in your home. Hygge focuses on warmth and simplicity—slowing things down, and taking the time to savor rich sensory experiences.
Last month, Drapery Street’s Owner, Caryn O’Sullivan, and Director of Design, Tiffany Needler, attended the NY NOW winter market. Attending NY NOW is one way that Drapery Street stays ahead of trends and ensures that our boutique is stocked with high fashion fabrics at an affordable price point.
It’s fun to watch HGTV shows and daydream about your own home renovation plans. There’s nothing like peeking in on someone else’s decorating to inspire us and get our wheels spinning. But to have the best possible experience with a renovation of your own, it’s important to sort the fantasy elements of these shows from the reality!
When you hear the word “custom” what other phrases come to mind? Unique style, great quality, perfect fit, too expensive? All the above are true about custom draperies at Drapery Street, with the exception of being too expensive. In fact, Drapery Street’s pricing is unmatched even by top home decor brands.
Are you looking for a window treatment option that won’t hide trim? If you have beautiful, intricate molding around your windows, it’s understandable that you’d want to showcase, not hide it. While some window treatments do cover trim (or parts of it), there are several options that do not. Installation is equally as important as the type of treatment you choose.