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Quinn Esstentials In Post Falls and Essentials in Cda

Quinn Essentials 518 E. 5th Ave Post Falls, ID 83854
Phone:208-773-0140
http://www.quinn-essentails.com/


Quinn Essentials in Post Falls has a flare for style. Unique home furnishings and accessories await your arrival. Even if you’ve gone to related store, Essentials in Coeur d’Alene you still need to visit Post Falls. Style definitely runs in the family, but this store has its own personality. Quinn Essentials specializes in Italian and Tuscan influences. Two great places are better than one, both stores offer luxury living at a lower cost and decorating temptations that are too good to pass up. I have the feeling everything owner Angela Quinn touches is fabulous. New shipments arrive weekly and the floor is always changing making frequent visits an essential.

Essentials 2480 North Old Mill Loop,Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
(208) 667-3683
Essentials gives you another good reason to shop at the Village at Riverstone in Coeur d’Alene. The distinctively unique home furnishings are oh-so-perfect and practically begging to go home with me. Inspirations for your home include one-of-a-kind furniture and antiques, art work, area rugs, and simply great accessories. This is the kind of store that you’re barely on the door and you see the one thing you can’t live without. Oh it’s here all right and the bonus is - it’s at an attractive price. Be sure to check out Essential’s sister store Quinn Essentials in Post Falls. Good looks run in the family.




Written for Nosey Parker guidebooks 2009

Comments

Anonymous said…
These stores are the best in the entire PNW for home decor and real style...love all the products and the price is always a great deal. Lovely customer service and great ladies..best of what should be offered in the home decor products. I have shpped with them for over 4 years. Candles,rugs and a new bedroom set.

Jenny Nicolson- Colville WA..
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