November 10, 2016
Brand new to Buffalo, and just in time for the Holidays. Stop in to shop, craft, or host a party...endless options.
This side of the shop is for hosting a party or craft class. Here is how it works:
1. Get a group of friends together (the cool, extra long farm table seats 20.)
2. Have an idea of something that you would like to make, or ask the designers for some ideas and they will steer you in the right direction (we like the wine holder pictured below.) This is upcycling at its best.
This venue is perfect for any occasion. Baby showers, bridal parties, or maybe a fundraising event. Our good friend, Becca Roll, just hosted a party to benefit Lyme Disease support. 10% of the proceeds that night went straight to Lyme WNY. Great job, Becca! https://www.facebook.com/LymeWNY/?fref=nf
The other side of the shop houses unique items for the home. You will find everything from dressers and chairs to unique gifts for everyone on your list. I may have done a little bit of Christmas shopping of my own during our visit.
Which one of these pillows do you think came home with me?
aahhhh, the giraffe wearing red glasses, of course.
Owner, Sandy Smart, and her daughter, Lia, not only have a great eye for decorating, but are incredibly talented craftsmen. Throw in their fun, kind personalities and this welcoming space...you have the perfect venue for your next event.
Tight-Knit adjective 1. (of a group of people) united or bound together by strong relationships and common interests.
We are Debbie and Kelly...two friends enjoying living in this Tight-Knit community in Buffalo, NY. Learn more
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