When asked what might surprise people about the store, the Riches said, “People are surprised at just how many different products and services we have under one roof. A person may come in for window coverings and soon be adding a pool or spa to their backyard. Knowing that we have many other products or ways to bring joy into their life keeps them coming back!”
Davis Home Trends also prides itself on being honest and forthcoming with its clients. “We won’t send you out the door with something you don’t need,” said the Riches.
“Rather, we will work hard to give valuable advice in any department, helping you to receive the best products and service for your individual needs.”
All in all, the Riches are truly honored with this distinction.
“We truly love our store and our clients. We are excited to come to work every day. We plan on being here for another 50 years and we plan on winning the ‘best of’ award for many years to come.”
Article Credit: Yolo County News
For the 10th year in a row, Davis Home Trends is “so proud and honored to receive the award for Best in Yolo for our window treatments,” said store owners Eric and Paula Rich.
The store began in 1968 and focuses on four main areas of the home: window coverings, swimming pool supplies, hot tubs and gifts. The store is full of Coast Hot Tubs and the staff are experts in swimming pool water care. A newer addition has been the beautiful gift selection. Owner Paula Rich travels far and wide to find thoughtful, unique and personal gifts to share with customers.
The Hunter Douglas window coverings gallery is in the center of it all and focuses on the latest trends in both design and home automation. A majority of the shades and curtains the store sells are now using PowerView technology. Today’s shades are operated with a remote and some are even voice-activated.
“We really are living in the homes of the future,” Paula Rich said.
Once again, the Riches are truly humbled with the distinction.
“We sincerely love our store and our clients. We are excited to come to work every day.”
Article Credit: Davis Enterprise