Elmwood Park, NJ (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
Web entrepreneur Darlene Amato is bringing back the psychedelic décor of the 1970s through her new online shop, http://www.ShabbySheikBoutique.com. Customers are invited to browse through an array of funky beaded curtains, lights and lighters, posters, bean bag chairs and more.
“I have a 10 year old at home who is into bean bag chairs and peace signs that are back in style – I’m not sure if they ever left,” said Amato. “I’ve always been into cool-looking, off-beat items.”
Set the tone of a room right in the entranceway with a glow in the dark beaded curtain. Designs range from moons and stars to dragoons to spring flowers. Lava lamps and Electra lamps shaped like ‘shrooms are a way to incorporate cool light into a room, and enhance the look of psychedelic posters. Create a conversation pit with flower power and kaleidoscope bean bag chairs. Large RelaxSack loungers, pillow sacks, and ottomans are both stylish and comfortable.
Get the 1970s look by wearing a tie dye t-shirt, shorts, or sweatshirt. Even babies can get in on the fun with a Reactive Rainbow tie dye onesie. Ornate Zippo lighters and carrying cases make a perfect gift, as do incense smokers. Don’t forget to pick up accessories like Pink Floyd ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ patches, skull t shirts, and neon drinking glasses.
“I’m always on the hunt for objects that are retro or out of the ordinary,” said Amato. “I hope to make the ‘next big thing’ available to my customers at affordable prices.”
Customer service is of the utmost importance at ShabbySheikBoutique.com. Each quirky, unique item is screened for aesthetics and affordability. Orders are filled quickly and shipped for free throughout the contiguous U.S. Feedback is always welcome; in fact, Amato strives to personally respond to all inquiries in a timely manner.
To learn ways to incorporate 1970s nostalgia into a modern home, visit the site’s brand new blog, http://www.ShabbySheikBoutiqueBlog.com.
About the Company:
ShabbySheikBoutique.com – a division of Amato WorldWide, Inc. – is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Darlene Amato.