Cowbells: New Design Takes ‘Rustic Refined’ to New Levels; Open House November 19th
Cowbells, at 214 W. Midland Ave., Woodland Park, CO will host an open house to showcase their new store design. Established in 1998, Cowbells has developed a well earned reputation as a special source for rustic refined home interiors and fine art.
And, that is not all.
“Upstairs we have created a mountain living environment at the request of our customers,” Nichols said. Mountain living accessories, stoneware, bedding, pillows, lamps and antler chandeliers abound.
The Jewelry Box, owned by Heather Slepicka and Stephanie Satow, will be located inside Cowbells. “Their award winning design, jewelry repairs, appraisals and yes, watch batteries fills a business vacuum in our community,” Nichols said.
CHOCLATIQUE is also coming to Cowbells. This award winning, authentically American chocolatier will feature Napa Valley wine chocolates. “What a perfect pairing for our wine bar,” Nichols said.
Entertainment, to include live music, will also be a staple at Cowbells. “We wanted to have a special place where local artists could perform and our new layout, inside and out allows us to accomplish this important community outreach,” she said.
Already a local tradition is Cowbells Tasting Room featuring one of Colorado’s oldest premium wineries, Cottonwood Cellars. Tasting room hours: Tuesday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, a new 12-foot long bar, custom built by Toby Wells, long-time citizen of Woodland Park, adds a delightful and fun experience to wine-tasting.
In addition, the patio will expand the in-store wine tasting for special events or for those who want to taste their wine outdoors. “We will have a beautiful gas fire pit for cold weather days and nights,” Nichols added.
Nichols is planning an open house on Saturday, November 19, 1p.m. to 5 p.m. “We look forward to the community coming out an enjoying the changes we made to the store,” Nichols said.
The Jewelry Box will have free gift bags to give out to the first 40 people.
The event doesn’t end Saturday, according to Nichols. “It is an entire weekend for the community to experience the warmth and hospitality of Woodland Park,” Nichols said.
Here is a schedule:
Friday Night: “Third Friday Art Walk”; 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (HWY 24)
Sunday: Holiday Open House; Noon to 4 p.m. with a variety of main street (HWY 24 businesses) participating.
The store echoes the spirit of the West with many items exclusive to Cowbells.
Cowbells has unique and exceptionally crafted items to include an eclectic collection of rustic refined accessories and gifts that adds the perfect finishing touch to any room or outdoor space. “Our selections are easily incorporated into virtually any rustic style from classic and elegant to a true bunkhouse ranch,” Nichols said.
Cowgirl jewels, romantic, flirty, sexy and feminine can be found throughout the store. “Western artistry is evident in each piece from our signature Cowbell and Deersnake pendants to beautiful pieces from hand selected artisans,” Nichols said.
A special attraction within the store is the Deersnake Gallery. Opening in 2009, the Deersnake features artisans and craftsman from Colorado and surrounding areas with a focus on the bold western lifestyle.
About Cowbells: Established in 1998, Cowbells has developed a well earned reputation as a special source for rustic refined home interiors and fine art. “Cowbells is a must for anyone interested in mountain ranching lifestyle and rustic environment,”
For more information call 719.687.4334 or visit: http://www.cowbellsgifts.com
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