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Interior Decorating | Windowcoverings

Rough Linen

Gorgeous handsewn 100% bedlinens made from four different weights of linen. Plus linen curtains, tableware, and some small things like little sachet bags. “I found this homespun, hand sewn linen pillow slip while I was clearing my grandmother’s cottage in Scotland. It was made by her great-grandmother, in 1840, and was in regular use for three generations. When it came to me I used it to store lavender. Years later, by good fortune, I found a natural linen with the same wonderful texture and feel, and I decided to make bedding in this simple, elemental tradition. I wanted the feeling of connection, appreciation of good materials and handiwork which is part of my heritage, as part of my everyday life . I hope you love it as I do. With care, it should last a hundred years.”

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The Shade Store

Custom window treatments since 1946—now made with natural and sustainable materials, including cotton, linen, hemp, silks, wool, paper, wood, and more. “Our experts can help you create attractive window coverings that reduce heating and cooling costs, darken rooms and protect furnishings from the sun’s rays.” Choose from blinds, window shades, curtains and drapery “Free samples help you create affordable custom window treatments for every room in your house…We offer more than 200 varieties of window treatments made from eco-friendly, sustainable materials, including bamboo shades and wood blinds. Every window treatment is custom made in our US workrooms, and hung & tested before it is shipped to you.” What a selection! Lots of colors and fabrics to choose from.

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Earthshade

"Window fashions that are easy on our planet and delightful to the soul. We offer an exotic collection of hand-woven window shades custom crafted in 10 versatile operating styles. These truly natural window shades are made of non-toxic, environmentally sustainable, rapidly renewable reeds, bamboos, grasses, and other natural plant fibers. Primarily gathered in Central and/or South America, these materials are sun-dried and woven into delightful patterns without the use of chemicals, dyes, or other harsh processing. The fabrics are then custom crafted into shades according to your window specifications. All of this is accomplished by a family operated vendor with locations in Mexico and the United States, now with its third generation proudly crafting these exquisite, artisan quality window treatments."

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