Gifts for the home
Stephanie Webster of The Coop, 17 S. Loudon St., in Winchester described the store as the perfect location to find gifts for the home.
“This is our specialty,” Webster said. “We offer such a wide variety of home décor items, customers are sure to find something to suit every style and budget.”
Webster suggests home décor items such as frames, hand-painted signs, painted mason jars, painted furniture and wreaths.
Perhaps a newly engaged or married couple is on that holiday gift list. For the couple starting a new life together, decorating is something they can do together. Tanya Singleton, of Blue Peacock Antiques in Winchester, suggests a few furniture pieces to create a homey environment: Am Eastlake Walnut Bonnet Chest, $600, a mid-century Mod drop lead trestle table, $70 or a mid-century Mod Heywood Wakefield side table, $415.
Add a splash of holiday color with a Christmas throw pillow. These pillows are a must-have holiday décor item, said Brenda Miller, owner of The Miller House, 5960 Valley Pike, Stephens City. From vintage Christmas to whimsical pet designs, there’s a pillow for everyone. $24 and up.