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Culture » Community Beat

It's All in the Details

Details Comforts offers design services for shop or be inspired.

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Whether you're looking for a new statement piece or a total transformation of your home, check out Details Comforts for the Home, located in the heart of the Sugar House commercial district. Offering home furnishings, art, accessories and design services, Details is the perfect spot to shop or be inspired.

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The shop is owned by Becky Hatch, who has more than 27 years of experience in interior design. Originally, Details was a wholesale dealership, but Hatch opened a retail location in 2000. Details moved into its current location in 2005.

"I've always been passionate about furniture and accessories," Hatch says. "I love finishing a project, making something look better than it did before." She estimates that roughly half of Details' business is retail sales to individual shoppers, about 30 percent is orders placed by professional interior designers and the rest is design services to homeowners looking for help freshening their space.

Hatch has a particular fondness for art. "I get excited about art," she says. Interior designers around Salt Lake City love Details for its variety of art and accessories—no wonder, considering the breadth and uniqueness of Details' selection.

Steve Hatch, Becky's husband, also works at the shop. After retiring from the military, he loves the pace of working at Details. "I love meeting new people and going to look at new items for the shop," he says. "It's interesting watching as styles and trends change."

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Keeping up on those changing trends is a must for the Hatches and the Details staff. They pride themselves on offering one-of-a-kind, lovely pieces for sale. The shop is decorated with mismatched apothecary jars, upholstered headboards, oversize throw pillows, oversize armchairs and more. Regardless of whether your style is classic, modern, contemporary or a mix of all three, it's the perfect store. "You can't be totally original in this world, but we do our best to carry different items, to mix it all up," Becky says.

In addition to offering beautiful home furnishings, Details is a family-owned and -operated small business. Becky says her niece and a former sister-in-law "who is more like a sister" also work at the shop. Becky is just as passionate about small business as she is art, and is beginning to expand Details' Internet presence. Details is committed to sourcing high-quality products and the company loves supporting local artists—many of the accessories offered for sale are created by Utahns.

If you haven't popped into Details yet, there's no better time to give the shop a whirl. It's currently having a huge sale—50 percent off select items until the end of April. So, hurry in and check them out. While you're shopping, be sure to keep an eye out for a special Details team member—Henri, the Hatches' toy poodle.

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