Nashville Window Treatment Store Announces Children’s Benefit Trunk Show

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The Curtain Exchange, a seller of fine window treatments and bedding in Nashville, will hold a bedding trunk show to benefit Nashville children this October.

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Not only do we get to showcase some fantastic bedding items from one of our favorite designers, but we get the chance to partner with a great charity that does work that is very close to our hearts.

Owners of The Curtain Exchange, a Nashville window treatment and bedding store, have announced that they will be holding an exciting bedding trunk show that will benefit Special Spaces, a Nashville charity that provides dream bedroom makeovers for children with life-threatening illnesses. The trunk show will take place on Saturday, October 26 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature luxury bedding items from collections like the Scalamandre Maison collection by Eastern Accents. The event has a suggested $10 registration fee, and all proceeds will go to the Nashville branch of Special Spaces.

“This is a really special event,” says T.J. Aiello, owner of The Curtain Exchange of Nashville. “Not only do we get to showcase some fantastic bedding items from one of our favorite designers, but we get the chance to partner with a great charity that does work that is very close to our hearts.”

Special Spaces is a nationwide children’s charity that creates special bedrooms for children suffering from life-threatening illnesses. The charity’s mission is to create dream spaces where children can go to feel safe and comfortable. The charity, founded in 2004, has provided hundreds of children across the country with dream bedrooms.

Space for this event is limited so it is strongly encouraged that those interested in attending register for the event by visiting The Curtain Exchange at 4103 Hillsboro Circle or calling the store at 615-463-2727.

The Curtain Exchange offers custom luxury drapes and ready-made designer drapery and window treatments in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition to a constantly updated line of fabrics that may be selected from to create custom draperies, The Curtain Exchange also carries a distinctive selection of ready-made curtain styles and offers drapery hardware and installation. The store’s in-house consultants are happy to work with guests in-store or at home, and customers are encouraged to take advantage of The Curtain Exchange’s 48-hour take home approval process. All of The Curtain Exchange’s draperies are made in the USA. For more information or to schedule an in-home consultation, those interested should visit http://thecurtainexchange.com.

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