So, my first bit of advice is that it looks a bit weird to see a clothing store with a home section. I'd suggest sticking to either a clothing & accessories store or a house-y/home-y store. Having both of those things can make your shop look a little sketchy, since thee isn't really a connection between them.
I like that you've got a refund policy, but it's obviously a generated policy. It talks about gift cards, DVDs, digital downloads, etc. I'd spruce it up a bit so it's more pertinent for your shop. It also lists off your address towards the bottom, so I'd remove that (unless you want that to be public).
You don't have an FAQ or an About Us which I always suggest having. An FAQ can help to answer your customer's questions so they won't have to email you. Put yourself in the mind of a customer and think of what questions you would ask. Here's an example of my FAQ:
And an About Us page just helps to humanize you. It shows you're a real, live person and not a big, heartless corporation.
My last suggestion would be to use something other than your products for your slideshow on the home page. Shopify has a really good free photo archive. Grab a few photos from there that highlight what your shop aesthetic is!
I'm sure other shop owners will help weigh in, but that's my basic advice