I love the clean design driven products offered by the Swedish Company, Sagaform. Beautifully packaged and presented, these items make great gifts. Whether for a wedding, shower, hostess, they offer great quality, attractive design, all at an affordable price. They work with Sweden’s leading designers to create these functional and innovative products for the kitchen, […]
Author Archive | Georgia Gietzen
Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. They visibly guide rain water down chains, cups or rings from the roof to the ground, creating a soft tinkling sound of individual droplets rather than gushing rain. Installation is pretty simple. They hang from a hole where the downspout was, if […]
Bright happy colors. Intricate hand-stitching. Unique, one of a kind. Re-purposed fabric. Each Kantha (KAHN-taa) is a one of a kind creation. They add a luxurious touch to any home or cottage. Kanthas originate from Bangladesh and Eastern states of India, where women stitch together layer upon layer of old saris and tossed-aside fabric scraps. […]
Stop in Memorial Day Weekend to see what’s new! Saturday, May 27th Hot dog Cook Out from 11-2. Customer Appreciation will be going on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“A personal outdoor sanctuary is an important part of feeling connected to all of life.” NORTHWOODS GARDEN CENTER CAN HELP YOU CREATE A GARDEN SANCTUARY.
STONEWALL KITCHEN SIMMERING SAUCE: TIKKA MASALA Rating: ***** (that’s 5 stars out of 5!) I said I was going to “blog” about the various “simmering sauces” I’m carrying at Northwoods Home & Gift. As many of you know, my background is food retail. And at one time I think there were many friends and business […]
Northwoods HOME has the “taste” of fall with their Stonewall Kitchen fall foods and the smell of fall with their simmered cider candles, but Northwoods HARDWARE has the “outdoor look” of fall! Beautiful mums and fall planters to drop in your containers, colorful and interesting shaped gourds, corn stalks, and of course . . […]
Hard to believe, but the massive crowds have exited our small town to return home to fall activities such as school and sports. The arrival of fall not only signifies the beginning of college football and cooler temperatures, but a change in meal preparation. I don’t know about you, but in the summer I have […]
August 2nd, 2016 marks the one year anniversary of the worst storm our area has seen in at least 90 years. That statement according to my neighbor Leonard Thorson who turns 90 this year. Big Glen Lake resident and friend, Charlie Wallace captured much of the storm as it swept into the area on August 2, […]