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Home Interiors Framed Art Prints

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Gayle Parks By Gayle Parks on
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When I was a young wife just starting a home I wanted to decorate with pretty art prints but could not afford any of the really nice ones. My sister had a friend who sold Home Interiors so I went to a party to see what she had to offer. For those of you who don't know or are too young to remember, Home Interiors was strictly a home party plan back then. The only way you could buy any was to go to a party. But today, all that has changed and you can now purchase Home Interior products online.

Yes, you will have to enter your zip code so a representative in your area will get credit but there won't be anyone showing up on your door step hawking catalogs and pressuring you into having a home party. Not that Home Interior reps would ever do that.

I purchased many items back in my younger days ranging from brass butterflies to framed and matted art prints. My favorites, however, were the framed and matted art prints. I still have most of the art prints I bought and they are still hanging on my walls. All of them have stood the test of time very well. They have been moved from house to house, stored under beds for periods of time and once even wrapped in blankets and stashed in the bathtub of a mobile home while it was being moved from one place to another. I found all of them to be very durable and high quality products. These art prints are pretty and durable even after years and years of use. Of course, Home Interiors art prints well never be valuable so they are not meant for the serious art collector but for us regular folk they are fine.

Most, if not all, of the art prints I purchased years ago are now retired but Home Interiors still offers many styles of home décor. The prices have risen, of course, since I was a young wife. A comparable framed and matted art print will cost you $50.00 and up today.I find the frames to be well made out of sturdy and durable material. Cheap art by art standards I guess but unless you are able to buy your art prints at some fancy gallery or auction, Home Interiors is a good option.

I like to refer to Home Interiors as art for us regular people. Check out the web site at http://www.homeinteriors.com