Professional Bridgeville Interior Decorator
At Decorating Den Interiors in Bridgeville, we are dedicated to custom and service. Whether your project involves a living room, dining room, family room, bedroom or office we have a wide array of products and ideas to suit your every need. It begins with our initial complimentary design appointment scheduled at your convenience. During this consultation, we listen to your design dreams and plan a customized, functional layout and product plan just for YOU. We then coordinate absolutely everything – from measuring, to product ordering and finally to installation, making your life easier and saving you valuable time and money.
It’s our goal to help you make your home in Bridgeville all that it can be. No project is too small or too large. From a simple window treatment over the kitchen sink to whole room/house designs, we enjoy creating beauty in your home.
Contact us today at 302-697-9354 and let’s make your home more beautiful one room at a time!
Bridgeville, Delaware is a quiet community of about 1,440 that can be found by Route 13 and Route 404. The region was settled in 1684 as Attawattacoquin on land from Charles Calvert III, Lord Baron of Baltimore. It was named Bridge Branch before officially becoming Bridgeville in 1871. The town was incorporated in 1938.
Bridgeville, Delaware Resources:
Bridgeville Apple-Scrapple Festival – Bridgeville is home to the yearly Apple-Scrapple Festival the second week of October. Beginning in 1992, the Apple-Scrapple Festival was a way for Bridgeville to promote its town and the agriculture industry that is prevalent in western Sussex County. Some of the best apples around are grown by local farms, including T.S. Smith and Sons Farm.
Bridgeville Public Library – The Bridgeville Public Library began in October 1986 as the Bridgeville Tuesday night Club as a literary society. The group met on Tuesdays every week between October 1st and May 15th. The group started as 18 members and grew from there. The Bridgeville Public Library was founded in 1917 after the Tuesday Night Club purchased the vacant Presbyterian Church built in 1866 on the town’s Market Street.
The Seaford Museum – The Seaford Museum is dedicated to creating a fun and educational environment. The museum has a fun, intimate flavor that follows a historic timeline with a local perspective. Its fiber optic lighting and unique displays and stories make it a real jewel to visitors. The Seaford Museum is a member of the Chesapeake Gateways and Watertrails Network in partnership with the National Park Service.