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Visit of Ambassador of Hungary -Tuesday, June 30, 2020
We are very honoured by visit of H.E.Ambassador of Hungary Mr. Gábor Diczházi, Economic Atache Mr.Peter Schmidt and Honorary Consul of Hungary in Lithuania Mrs. Ilona Jocionisne-Meszaros. Our guests were very interested in Linen Way workshop, about our family business and also about our cultural activities. With deep interest we discussed about heroes of Hungary and Lithuania – Mr.R.Wallenberg and Mr.Ch.Sugihara, who both saved thousand of lives during WWII.
We are very happy that our dream came true with help of our friends and colleagues. We cordially thank to Marina and Eduardo from Milan, to Pukmuse group and students from Vytautas Magnus University.
Painting Exhibition „Intertexts“ -Saturday, May 16, 2020
New exhibition of paintings by Dalia Traškinaitė will be opened on 29 of May in Salon „Cosy Homes“. Most of paintings are created during past three years and for the first time opened for public with the promise to record or to fix her own remarks on canvas or even on cardboard boxes. Exhibition will be opened till 27 of August, 2020.
We are happy to present very promising artist Kristina Paulauskaite and her personal exhibition of ceramic art „From tomorrow“. Every sculpture tell the story about our universe, in each we can see connected humans, trees and animals together, showing strongly we all are connected. More than this, these art objects also enter into the world of technology – when you come closer, some of them start shining or sing as birds. Our universe is in one object of art. Maybe this is true function of the art? To show us how interesting and also complicated our life is. Exhibition in our Shop „Cosy Homes (Jaukūs namai) will be open till 31th August, 2020.
The curtain project from A to Z -Saturday, May 16, 2020
As we are working with linen nearly 3 decades, we have lot of experience in this field. Also, we found that for clients sometimes is very difficult to work as interior designers themselves to see final result. So, we offer service of creating linen curtain project from A to Z. First what we need, the size of window niche and photos of windows. Also, to know your requirements. Privacy? Decoration? Cosiness? Or all together? Then we will be able to offer design matching Your style and calculate project cost. We will offer several price levels, that would be easier to choose from. After design approval we will start to create fitting curtains or Roman blinds. To Kaunas or Kaunas county people we will be able to offer curtain hanging service. To clients living further curtains will be delivered via courier packed into rolls. Linen is one of strongest and also one of most sensitive fabrics, so we suggest that linen curtains should be dry cleaned in dry cleaning center. Please do not clean very often, we suggest to clean once into 3 years.
Šančiai Gift Avenue -Sunday, November 24, 2019
Let us introduce You new map of Gift Avenue in Šančiai district, where Salon Cosy Homes is located. We are delighted to introduce other boutiques and lovely bakeries in our historical Šančiai buildings and hope that you will find lovely Christmas gifts to your beloved family members, friends and colleagues. While you will be walking from one shop to other like in old good times, you will see beautiful renovated architecture from red bricks and also enjoy fresh air as our district is located by the river Nemunas. Please come to say hello to each of us!
Visit to Japan -Sunday, November 24, 2019
Asta, the Director of Salon Cosy Homes (Jaukūs namai) and JSC Kimono visited Japan in September. It was her 6th visit to Japan. The purpose of it was to participate in Gift Show of Kansai region, to meet clients and to show new articles. Besides beeing business trip, this was also a trip of frienship. Asta is honorary member of Japanese –Lithuanian friendship Assosiation, based in Tokyo. It was big honour to visit JALFA headquarter and the the President Mr.Mizuno and Embassy of Lithuanian in Jaan and meet Ambassador Mr. G.Varvuolis. It was big joy to visit Jewish shelter place during WWII Kobe and also ancient Japanese capital Kamakura.
Linen way presented to Ambassador of Japan -Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Do not be surprised if you meet special guests in our Shop! You can often hear English, Japanese, Russian, German or French languages under our roof. One morning of August we have been visited by very special and dear guests - Ambassador of Japan Mr.Shiro Yamasaki and his wife Mrs.Yuko. We told and showed them all linen story and taught how to make linen thread from linen plant. Our guests were deeply moved to see how much pain should linen endure in order to become thin fabric, called the Silk of the North!
The house-warming party of our Salon „Cosy Homes“ we celebrated on 30th of May, 2007. Interesting, that 30th of May is the Day of St.Petronella, the Saint who is believed caring for flax. Twelve- special number. Twelve months, twelve Zodiac signs. In the twelfth year of „Cosy Homes“ we created special hero who is bringing good luck, Lucky Horn, who is sitting near our doors and greeting everybody coming. It‘s ceramic statue, but we created him name of Lucky Horn and now he lives his own life and we believe in his big future. The creativity brings much success, freedom and happiness. We believe that new era of happiness to our lifes and to our store came with Lucky Horn. So, we decided to celebrate our twelfth anniversary. To invite our dear friends, supporters, colleagues, all who are like backbone to our „Cosy Homes“. We spread red carpet to our dear guests and to each gave special linen gifts. We enjoyed the music of the flute and warm speeches. Was very cosy and special. We felt as one big „Cosy Homes“ family. Thank you all, dear friends, for your support, ideas, time and energy! You are special and wonderful! Please visit us more often and we promise make and create something very special for you!
On 4th of May we opened the second personal exhibition by young artist Salomeja Jurenaite (19) „Home“. The exhibitions consists from ten art pieces, where she by means of ophort technique tells us the story of two dear countries, which she proudly calls as her home. Lithuania and Japan. Please visit this exhibition till 30th of June. You can order the art pieces you like most and you will support young artist and her Oriental studies in the UK.
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