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Piper Classics celebrates 15 years online


Sisters Janine Bosh and Brenda Jones, owners of Piper Classics, didn’t start out in the home décor business as designers; but with the success of their “Piper Originals” collections of farmhouse-inspired curtains, bedding and other home decor items, they have made their mark.

The up-and-coming Bucks County designers launched their online Piper Classics marketplace in 2003 for those who couldn’t come to their Pipersville store, offering “carefully curated” country, primitive and farmhouse home décor from manufacturers across the country.

Rather than continuing to sell the same items as everyone else, Bosh and Jones, both of Sellersville, launched their first original collection of curtains, bedding and other home decor items in 2017. Their country upbringing and creative vision led them to start “Piper Originals,” designer collections reflecting their Bucks County heritage.

“We saw a niche in the marketplace for exclusive, well-made country, primitive and farmhouse home décor,” said Bosh. “Our designs evoke Americana where home is a sanctuary, and they appeal to those yearning for simpler times, when things weren’t so hurried and busy.”

Piper Classics has distinguished itself in the marketplace by offering exclusive products from its own unique lines. From the “Dublin Collection” featuring grain-sack fabric and buffalo checks to the “Wheat Field Collection,” an updated look to the well-crafted quilting of days gone by, all Piper Originals reflect the sisters’ creative vision.

“When we research new concepts for our original designs, my close communication with Brenda helps steer our creative vision, as we often think alike,” explains Bosh. “We are delighted that our Piper Originals brand is the best-selling brand on our site.”

“Growing up in Doylestown farm country around the Chittick farm and working as teens in our parents’ country home-decor store inspired our passion for vintage, farmhouse and modern country styles,” said Jones. “Farmhouse style appeals to many people on a fundamental level, whether they are in a cabin in the mountains, a cottage by the sea, an apartment in the city, or a home in the suburbs.”

Piper Classics, which was founded as a used furniture and antiques store in Bucks County in 1977 by Dave and MaryLee Chittick, continues to reinvent itself as an online business with unique, original country decor. Although the store itself closed in 2013, the Chittick’s daughters – Bosh and Jones – have grown their country décor business online to encompass 18 original collections, 17 employees and a 10,000-square-foot warehouse in Pipersville.

Piper Classics continues to expand with the launch of five brand new Piper Originals collections, all reflecting the local farmhouse décor of Bucks County. For information, visit Piper Classics online.