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Like much of the eastern seaboard, Delaware is known to many because of its coastline. And it’s no secret why! Delaware’s coastline is beautiful, combining all the beauty of the sea with New England’s temperate climate and history. Delaware’s coastline is a popular destination for tourists, but if you are thinking about making it your home, let Dreamweaver Interiors & Fabrics tell you a little about Bethany Beach, one of Delaware’s most charming seaside towns.

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Like much of the eastern seaboard, Delaware is known to many because of its coastline. And it’s no secret why! Delaware’s coastline is beautiful, combining all the beauty of the sea with New England’s temperate climate and history. Delaware’s coastline is a popular destination for tourists, but if you are thinking about making it your home, let Dreamweaver Interiors & Fabrics tell you a little about Bethany Beach, one of Delaware’s most charming seaside towns.

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History

As it was the first settled area of the United States, the history of New England is often much longer than that of other regions of the country. Bethany Beach’s history started, in fact, in 1683, as it was part of a legal dispute over the borders between the original Thirteen Colonies. The case of Penn v. Baltimore was set up to decide whether a parcel of land, which included Bethany Beach, was part of Maryland or part of Delaware. As we can see today, it was conceded that the land now containing Bethany Beach is now a part of the state of Delaware. Despite this long history, however, Bethany Beach as a town did not exist until the year 1900 when the Disciples of Christ founded the town as an East Coast congregation hub for their denomination. Several decades later, Bethany Beach and much of the Delaware coast was considered to be a target of German submarine attacks during the second world war, and so was closely guarded. Following World War II, Bethany Beach became a popular tourist spot, and has continued to be viewed as such to this day.

What to Do in Bethany Beach

In the Bethany Beach of the twenty-first century, the town primarily functions as a resort town, with its population more than doubling every summer with the tourist rush. But, despite this, Bethany Beach is known as a “quiet resort” as it draws a crowd looking more for relaxation and serenity than wild partying. In Bethany Beach you can, of course, enjoy all that the sea has to offer with swimming, surfing, and beach strolling, but you will also want to take advantage of the local shops. Because of the large influx of tourists, Bethany Beach has no sales tax, and so you will actually save money by shopping there.

If Bethany Beach has grabbed your imagination, let the home interior experts at Dreamweaver Interiors & Fabrics help you put down roots. We sell a variety of custom Hunter Douglas window treatments that would be perfect for your home in Bethany Beach, including blinds, shades, shutters, and motorized window treatments, not to mention custom fabrics, draperies and valances, and wallpaper. Come visit us in our showroom in Rehoboth Beach today! We also proudly serve Milton, Broadkill Beach, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Ocean View, Millville, Dagsboro, Fenwick Island, Selbyville, Georgetown, Harbeson, Millsboro, Long Neck, and the surrounding area.

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