Home & Garden in Fredericksburg


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  • Fredericksburg Farms
    The online pantry at Fredericksburg Farms abounds with all-natural preserves, chili mixes, and mustards and dozens of gluten-free options, all prepared with a firm commitment to Texan- and American-made products. The farm's fruit-filled preserves and jellies ($6.95 each) crown toast in classic and fiery flavors such as strawberry, peach, and jalape?o and double as tasty caulk when winterizing a gingerbread house. A drizzle of water transforms the Texas Campfire cornbread mix into thick, spicy batter ($5.95), and the preservative-free venison-chili mix ($4.95) will come in handy after hunting season. Home accents include an aromatic array of hand-poured soy-blend candles ($12?$16 each), which infuse dwellings with luscious fruit, herbal, and floral fragrances.
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    8318 Ranch Road 1376
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Root
    Named one of the 50 best stores in Texas and ?a welcome alternative to the touristy stores that dominate the area? by Lucky magazine, Root combines well-known brands with indie designers for a diversity of fashion-forward looks in its easy-going boutique atmosphere. Ladies can dress up or dress down in bold colors and modern aesthetics from lines such as French Connection, Joe's Jeans, and Trina Turk. Root?s summertime tank dresses evoke effortless style for day and nighttime affairs ($75?$275), while screen-printed graphic tees by local designer Lara Collins add a unique flair to any casual outing ($34). Strut in a stylish pair of TOMS canvas slip-ons ($46+) and beaded elastic belt featuring an Aztec-inspired pattern ($28?$34), or accessorize with Cocobelle Piper Wrap bracelets ($20) and a straw fedora?ideal for shielding against sun beams and prankster pigeons armed with water-balloons ($34?$60).
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    306 E Main St
    Fredericksburg, TX US
  • Bella Vita
    Kerrville's Bella Vita knows how to perfect pasta, and foodies rave about its cream-of-the-crop Italian eats. Bella Vita does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere. Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Bella Vita can seat both large and small groups. Bella Vita tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. Forget the hassle of street parking and head to Bella Vita for easy access to parking lots. Menu items at Bella Vita tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
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    1411 Water Street
    Kerrville, TX US
  • Kerrville Mattress Gallery
    With more than 25 years of experience, Kerrville Framing expertly ensconces precious paintings, photographs, documents, and more in custom-cut wood and glass. Give your keepsakes the elegant presentation they deserve by surrounding them with one of 3,500 kinds of molding on display, and guard against dripping alien saliva by having them mounted on an acid-free mat and shielded by glass.
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    425 Main St
    Kerrville, TX US
  • Calamity Jane's Trading Co.
    Inside the capacious confines of Calamity Jane's Trading Company, owner and designer Shawn Beach has amassed an eclectic, handpicked selection of upscale home furnishings from across the globe. Featuring rugged-yet-elegant pieces, the worldly blend of accessories allows patrons to corral exotic treasures such as an iron flower candleholder ($15.95) or jeweled picture frame ($34.95). Iron napkin holders that tote stylish glass orbs ($14.95) impress dinner guests that moonlight as wizards, and succulent plants ($6.95 each) add splashes of green to bleak abodes.
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    404 South Main Street
    Boerne, TX US
  • Owl's Nest
    A potpourri of flower arrangements and interior decorations elicit cheery exclamations, which drift to the ears of patrons crowded before The Owl's Nest’s café-style lunch fare. Customers gather personalized bouquets or test out sweet-scented jar candles by burning floppy discs from estranged computers in them beneath the cubist spread of the shop’s array of frames. Against the baritone burble of cauldrons of soup, custom T-shirts definitively end debates about who is the greatest grandpa. Boutique apparel from designers such as Bella Taylor informs the world of the wearer's fashion sense, and ornaments and home accents from lines such as Willow Tree beg to add endearing flourishes to domiciles.
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    1101 19th St
    Hondo, TX US

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