Professional Carp Interior Decorator
At Decorating Den Interiors, we specialize in one thing – beautiful decorating! It’s our mission to create spaces that reflect your taste and your lifestyle. Whether your design project involves a living room, family room, dining room, bedroom or office, we have the products and ideas to suit your every need.
Every project presents its own unique set of circumstances, so we pride ourselves on working together with our clients to find the perfect products that express their style and fit their budget. Our initial design consultation is always complimentary. We’ll discuss the specifics of your project, help determine the budget and make some preliminary design suggestions. No project is too big or too small. Depending on the size of your project, we may be able to get started after the initial meeting. Once we have a plan in place, we coordinate everything – from measuring, product ordering and finally to installation. And the best part, we handle it all, helping to make your life easier and save you valuable time and money.
At Decorating Den Interiors, it’s our goal to help you make your home in Carp all that it can be.
“What seemed to be an overwhelming project for me, turned into a simple solution put together by Saree Parry from Decorating Den Interiors. The issue was to make my dark over-sized furniture fit into my new down-sized house. I still really like the furniture I purchased 5 years ago, and knew it would be cheaper to make things flow instead of purchasing new pieces. Saree suggested a beautiful paint colour; subtle, but yet very exquisite wallpaper; and elegant window coverings to bring things together. I am so happy with the result! My new house looks fascinating and it feels like home!!”
Contact us today at 613-841-3326 and let’s work together to make your home more beautiful one room at a time.
The Village of Carp in the Township of Huntley lies in the western-most ward of Ottawa, approximately ten kilometers west of Kanata. The official boundary for the village was established in 1979 and Huntley Township was amalgamated with the City of Ottawa in 2001. The village sits on the edge of the Carp Escarpment, a geological fault running through the Carp River Valley. The Carp Hills and the Carp River are other principal geographic characteristics of the village terrain.
The Annual Carp Fair – The Annual Carp Agricultural Fair is held in September and occupies nearly all of the extensive Carp Fair grounds. This Fair is one of the most popular rural fairs in all of Ontario. It features a rich variety of agricultural exhibits, a midway, many shows and exhibits, musical artists, antique displays, strongman competitions, and many other venues and events. The Carp Fair caters to families and the midway has rides and attractions for all ages.
The Carp Farmer’s Market – The Carp Farmer’s Market has been a favourite attraction since its inception in 1990 not only for Carp residents but for many regular visitors from Ottawa and the area about Carp. The market runs from April to October every weekend except the weekend of the Carp Fair. The Carp Farmer’s Market boasts a rich and varied list of vendors which are located in the southern end of the Carp Fair grounds and inside the round-house pavilion. A wide variety of fresh produce is available according to the seasonal harvest schedule. There is a different theme to the Market each and every week and a much anticipated Garlic Festival is held in August as a part of the weekend market. There is also a special Christmas Market held approximately 3-4 weeks before Christmas. Well behaved dogs (on leashes) are welcome.
The Diefenbunker – The Diefenbunker, referred to as Canada’s Cold War Museum, was owned and operated from 1959 to 1994 by Canada’s Department of National Defence. Its intent was to provide a durable and safe refuge for the principals of the Federal Government in the event of nuclear war. It was so named after John Diefenbaker, the Prime Minister of Canada at the time when construction of the bunker was initiated. The bunker along with the entire site was sold to the Township of West Carleton in 1994 and first opened as the Diefenbunker Museum in June, 1998. It is described by the Historica Sites and Monuments Board as the most important surviving Cold War site in Canada.