Holiday Open House, this Saturday, 10-4 & Sunday, 12-4! December 1, 2016
Hello good people!,
If you haven’t been into the shop in a bit, you owe yourself a visit!
This weekend is the perfect time, to catch up on new inventory and start or finish your search for the perfect gifts!
Saturday, 10-4 and we get a late start on Sunday, 12 noon, to allow plenty of time for all the marathon runners, to pass by the shop. (No, I won’t be running the marathon, but I think I’ve been in training!)
Notice anything new? Like this English pine antique cabinet?
Or how about this pedestal dining table, that Jill just finished?
It’s covered in gorgeous design books, but we’ll happily clear the way, if Santa needs to pack it up!
Vintage needlepoint pillows, anyone?
This galvanized metal tray tray has been a big hit for the holidays. Lots of great styling opportunities. Some people arrange flowers. I arrange trays! Each to their own!
Today wasn’t full enough, so I drove to Fairfield to meet an artist, who delivered a bunch of rusty painted “EAT” signs, just like one in our Tahoe dining room. I hope you like it as much as I do, because I got a dozen!
Here it is, on display at the Sacred Heart School’s multi-purpose room/Holiday Home Tour Boutique, Friday through Sunday. You can buy tickets to tour these homes, decked out for the holidays, at the event, for $35 each. All proceeds support scholarships and special programs for the school.
Come see me at the boutique!
And if you don’t have time for the home tour, just come to the boutique. There’s no charge and food and drink is available for purchase.
I know many of you have become Scrubby converts. I told you about the Scrubby made with lavender essential oil. We now have in stock! I use it in the shower. It’s perfect for keeping my feet reasonably free of crustaceans and by the time I get done with my tootsies, I have enough lather to finish with the rest of my shower. Let’s save the visuals. Rest assured, it’s a great stocking stuffer.
Don’t forget, all furniture is 20% OFF, this weekend!
Take it from Sister Mary Margaret, you’ll be glad you joined us!