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Garnet Hill sells clothes, accessories, and home decor.
All about Garnet Hill
Garnet Hill is a store that sells women's clothing, kids' clothing, home decor items, and more both online and in their two phsyical store locations. However, you might be seeing more retail locations coming near you soon! At the moment, they only have them in Bridgehampton, New York, and Franconia, New Hampshire. You can also shop at www.garnethill.com, where you can find women's dresses, skirts, jeans, pants, sweaters, wraps, coats, jackets, leggings, intimdate wear, activewear, swimwear, and more! They also have items to decorate your home, including bedding, blankets and throws, cushions, lamps, decorative accessories, and lots more.
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The history of Garnet Hill
Garnet Hill was founded by Grant Dowse and Pegge Kirschner in 1976, when they launched their very first catalog while working out of a cottage with no plumbing. Soon, the business expanded and quickly outgrew the small cottage. Today, it still has the original focus on natural fibers and quality from 1976.
Learn how to make your home look great with Garnet Hill
Garnet Hill's website and catalog are great places to get inspired for giving your home a makeover, though it can sometimes be hard to figure out how to recreate the look you love in a magazine or professional photograph in your own home. That's why their blog, Threads by Garnet Hill, is here to help.
The blog is packed full of tips for how you can make your home look beautiful and still stick to a natural, relaxed style. They have tips for things like how to incorporate the Danish "hygge" trend into your home for a dose of coziness and how to choose the right bedding fabric for what you want.
They also feature interviews with designers, who talk about things like where their inspirations for their collections come from and how they work with artisans.