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December Newsletter 2010 Natural Gifts from Candles to Floors

December 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Gift ideas at The ARCH

Visit The ARCH during this holiday season. To view our December newsletter click here.

In addition to gift ideas, we have flooring specials, and take a moment to read the interesting article from the Asheville Citizen Times about Hempcrete Building in the Asheville area.

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Fall Into Winter With A Cozy Colorful Hammock!

December 1, 2010 3 comments

Hand woven Guatemalan Hammocks hand-picked by Roxanne and Justin during a recent trip to Guatemala

Humans may be prone to stay indoors when the temperatures drop…but the air outside is crisp and fresher than ever! Hang your hammock, bundle up with a blanket, grab an old read and relax outside this winter…

You’re officially invited to come to The Arch and take a look at beautiful handmade hammocks fresh from the villages of Chichicastenango and Antigua, Guatemala.  Natural rope-woven hammock with a pop of color are available for $50 and the hand-woven full-length color textile hammocks can brighten any home or yard for $90. They really are gorgeous!

Kicking back

Places to hang your hammock: Between 2 trees (classic), under a covered porch, on a hammock stand, from sturdy beams inside, or in a real pinch- between 2 cars with the rope ends clamped inside the doors!

Soft cotton hammock detail

Wrapped in Hand-made Comfort

All hammocks are made from 100% cotton, are colorfast,  supports 330 pounds and are extremely comfortable.*

Come check out these beautiful woven colors for yourself!  We’ll even warm you up with a hot cup of coffee or tea.

* Side effects may include drowsiness, vivid dreams, and feelings of weightlessness.

Written by guest blogger- Roxanne Turpen