Sunday, March 17, 2013

Southern Traditions Window Fashions To Be Featured At All American Cottage At Verdae

Southern Traditions Window Fashions of Greenville SC has been named a preferred vendor partner for the All American Cottage, a 2,400-square-foot classic style home that will be open for public tours from May 2-19 at Ruskin Square in Hollingsworth Park at Verdae.

Sponsored by Southern Living and This Old House, the All American Cottage is being built by The Cottage Group LLC/A Dillard-Jones Co., with 97 percent of materials used in the construction of the home Made in the USA.

Southern Traditions Window Fashions is providing all of the exterior and interior window treatments at the All American Cottage, according to Matt Cobb, co-owner of Southern Traditions Window Fashions. The home’s board-and-batten style shutters featuring authentic strap hinges are being custom made in Fountain Inn, SC. Custom-made Bahamas-style shutters that will be installed on the side of the home also are being manufactured in Fountain Inn.

The interior of the home will feature drapes, Roman shades and custom-made shower curtains – all manufactured in U.S. mills, according to Southern Traditions’ Richard Bernath, who is working in conjunction with Sandy Hankins of SH Designs on the cottage’s interior design. “This is an exciting tour home to be involved with because of the American-made theme,” Bernath said.

Southern Traditions Window Fashions offers a wide selection of blinds, shades, plantation shutters, exterior shutters, custom drapery and valances for residential and commercial clients. The company is an authorized dealer for Hunter Douglas, Graber, Kirsch, Norman, Comfortex, Lutron and Insolroll, and is part of Exciting Windows!, a national network of window fashions companies. For more information, call (864) 286-0044 or visit

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