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Custom Drapery Company Presents Chocolate, Cocktails and Creativity: How to Achieve Major Success Without Major Stress


The St Louis Curtain Exchange is thrilled to present a Chocolate, Cocktails and Creativity event that will feature a live auction and panel discussion with three amazing women to discuss what it takes to be successful in the areas of career, family and social life. The first speaker will be Brooke Pratt, owner of Sucre Shop, which is going to be featured throughout Anthropologie stores nationwide this summer; she made an appearance on The Today Show and in Martha Stewart's magazine. The second speaker will be Jill Crane, an event planner with Simcha's Events, one of the top event planning firms in St. Louis. Finally, the third speaker will be Joni Spears, an interior designer with 20 years of design experience. There will be a question/answer session afterwards and ample time to exchange ideas. The live auction will showcase “spoon paddles” from Sucre Shop, with 50% of the proceeds going directly to the local dog shelters in the name of The Curtain Exchange's philanthropy project, Padding for Paws. Organized by The Curtain Exchange, Padding for Paws supports shelters and rescue organizations by donating cuts of interlining, a fleecy cotton material used in the manufacture and creation of curtains and window coverings. In addition to fabulous swag bags, all attendees will walk away with a $150 gift certificate from The Curtain Exchange!

Where: The Curtain Exchange of St. Louis 8119 Maryland Ave., Clayton, MO 63105
When: April 10, 2013, 6:30 p.m.

Attendance is FREE of charge. Please RSVP to    

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Remodeling and Home Design


8119 Maryland Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63105
United States
Store: (314) 863-1112
Fax: (314) 863-1102
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Customer Reviews:

“[These] designer curtains are works of art, creations of beauty, ready for you to take home today.”

Uptown Magazine, September/October 2009

“…a wide range of colors, imported fabrics from all over the world, exceptional quality.”

Uptown Magazine, April/May 2008

“You could have a drop-dead gorgeous dress fashioned out of the fabrics found hanging at The Curtain Exchange.”

At Home St. Louis Magazine, Nov/Dec 2007