We've added some new outdoor items, like lawn decorations, in addition to our indoor décor
Warsaw, MO (PRWEB) August 30, 2008
When Linda Schulz retired from her tenure as a schoolteacher, she once again found herself teaching - only instead of teaching kids, she's showing adults the ropes of proper home and garden décor. "I've always had an interest in homes and décor," says Schulz. "Décor can reflect someone's tastes or enhance them."
Within a period of six months, Schulz built her webstore, http://www.HomeAmera.com under her Amera Enterprise banner. As this new chapter in her life begins, Schulz is excited about the prospects of being able to provide people with great products, great prices and no hassles.
"The internet is such a great place to develop a business," she says. "There's no pressure from a sales person to make a purchase."
Much of what http://www.HomeAmera.com has for purchase are of varying styles - there are items that are of the rustic, Americana style and others that are indicative of a Colonial style. Recently, Schulz has increased her stock in garden décor.
"We've added some new outdoor items, like lawn decorations, in addition to our indoor décor," explains Schulz. "But the reality is that this is an ongoing project. I want to add items that I find interesting and beautiful."
Schulz is open to hear all kinds of ideas, which is part of the reason she started a new blog, http://www.HomeAmeraBlog.com. "I want to be able to discuss ideas for home living with others," says Schulz. "There's a amount of comfort and security in the home and I really want to be able to exchange ideas with other people. No two thoughts are the same and it's good to get the perspective of others."
Through her new venture, Linda Schulz wants to teach people that an excessive amount of cash doesn't necessarily translate to tasteful decorations or the feeling of comfort and it's a notion that's proven once someone logs onto http://www.HomeAmera.com.
About the Company:
Home Amera (HomeAmera.com) is a part of Amera Enterprises LLC, which is owned by Linda Schulz. The website specializes in various types of interior and exterior decorations. Under both her family's name and the Amera banner, Schulz has donated to the American Cancer Society and St. Jude's Hospital. She has also participated in the Relay for Life and 4H.