Cooper's Cottage Lace, which specializes in curtains for historic homes, said it will introduce its "Prairie Sumac" design this month.
The pattern is derived from a leaded glass window designed in 1907 by Marion Mahony Griffin, a colleague of Frank Lloyd Wright, and pays homage to the Midwestern flowering plant and shrub. Designed especially for Arts and Crafts-style homes, the natural white, Madras-weave cotton lace curtain panels are 33 inches wide. In addition to a cafe style of 32 inches, the rod-pocket panels also come in 54-, 60- and 72-inch lengths; the company said it will custom shorten. Priced $59 to $129 apiece, the panels are loomed in Scotland and will be available midmonth at www.cottagelace.com, 1-866-579-5223.
KIM YEAGEREuroNest on the move
EuroNest said it will close its Excelsior Boulevard location Sept. 9, reopening its home furnishings, decor and design business the next day at its new St. Louis Park location at 5700 W. 36th St. Expect to see more square footage on the floor -- higher ceilings, more windows and more parking, too -- although the business has downsized its warehouse area. The phone number stays the same, 952-929-2927.