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Buy The Book “Every-Day Design Dilemmas” and other things.

Every-Day Design Dilemmas, the E-Book
Every-Day Design Dilemmas, the E-Book

Never again will you wonder " Did I choose the right color?" or " Will the sofa fit when I get it home?" or "Why does the paint color look so bad against the cabinets?" This book explains how to make these choices. I write in clear language, with examples and descriptions and little TidBits of decorator's insider information throughout.

Every-Day Design Dilemmas, Print Copy
Every-Day Design Dilemmas, Print Copy

This is the printed pages ONLY. It is printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper and will fit a 1-inch ring binder YOU PURCHASE. It will be mailed to the address that is linked to your credit card.

The Dogsitting Letters by Jen Dyck
The Dogsitting Letters by Jen Dyck

The Dogsitting Letters book by Jen Dyck.

Roman Blind Clutch
Roman Blind Clutch

5-slot clutch -- for thinner cord. You can use from 3 to 10 cords in this one clutch.

Fling Rods - one pair
Fling Rods - one pair

36-inch long acrylic rod. This price is for one pair of rods. Other lengths, styles and materials available. Call me (250-833-1120) for a reduced price if you can pick up in Salmon Arm, mailing these things is very expensive.

Non-tilt drapery pin
Non-tilt drapery pin

Helps keep your pleats from tilting away from the window.

Iron-On Adhesive Web Tape
Iron-On Adhesive Web Tape

This is the one that works. It is, hands down, much better than any other one you've ever used before.
1/2-inch wide, 50-yard (12 mm x 45.5 meter) roll. Other widths are available, from 3/8-inch wide to 3 inches wide. Call me.

Bay window Rods
Bay window Rods

These rods are custom cut and custom bent to your window and this price is the average per inch cost. Because of this, you need to contact me for a price. You have several choices on the rod style and even color -- they can be painted to match your wall. They can attach to the window wall or the ceiling of the bay and the brackets do not interfere with the curtain movement, so the drapes can stack back to each side -- exposing as much window as possible.

 

 

 

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