There's a new store in town!
We were driving through Cloverdale last week when I noticed what looked like a fun antique store.
I told Mr. A to hang a u-turn right away.
It was well worth the stop as it is much more than an antique collective.
In other words, not a thrift store but almost a home goods store.
I recognized a couple of dealers, like Cathleen Alyce who once had a shop just outside of Healdsburg.
I even blogged about her years ago here!
I recognized her booth. She still finds vintage pieces and then refinishes or paints to refurbish and recycle.
I love seeing stores like this popping up in Cloverdale.
Cloverdale is undergoing a transformation as new businesses open in the heart of downtown.
A young couple just opened a garden nursery, there are cute boutiques, a cool coffee shop and soon the Trading Post Market and Bakery will open, where my son will be baking bread for the community.
Cloverdale reminds me of Healdsburg 20 years ago before it became trendy!
(You can read more about Cloverdale and its local businesses in a recent 7 x 7 article, here.)
Wishing the "4 chicks from the sticks" much success with their store, Estate on the Boulevard!
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On December 4th and 5th, there will be an open market, kicking off the holiday season.
The Cloverdale Winter Market, located in the parking lot of the new restaurant and bakery, The Trading Post will host several wineries and vendors selling jewelry, ceramics and gift items. There will be live music and food too!
I'm happy that Les Méchantes will also be a vendor!
We will have a booth, selling our curated collection of clothing, accessories and gifts.
Stop by and say hi!