Putting Together a Store

Hello! You saw my sign in the last post… I didn’t mean to keep it a secret, but have been really busy. Anyway. Way back when I first started this blog, one of my first posts was a visit to a nearby furniture consignment store. I had been going there for years as both a customer and a consignor. One day, in February, when I went into the store I found out they were closing because the property they were at had been sold. Instead of reopening, the owners decided to Do.

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  1. says

    You are soooo brave and I am so excited to follow your progress! Such a great save on the laminate desk! Every time I have moved I use the furniture consignment to sell my extra and with another consignment store right next door you should be a huge success!

    Carol

  2. says

    HI Kim and congrats on this new adventure. What a big step. I hope you will be blogging about your new experiences as a shop-owner. I would love to follow along.
    When is your Grand Opening?
    Traci

  3. says

    Congratulations! So nice of your to share the behind the scenes. I'll bet several of your followers have thought of doing the same, but didn't go for it like you did! Good luck!

  4. says

    Congratulations on your new business venture, Kim! I wish you well.

    I actually visited Consign Dezign (old owners/old store) once when we first moved over here to "Hooterville." They had some really nice things in there. Although I pretty much have the house furnished now, maybe I'll pop in to say hello one day when I'm heading down 60 toward the mall.

    Good luck!

  5. says

    You've been really busy, Kim. Are you going to tell us where your shop is so we can visit? I'm close to Lakeland where Fancy Flea is held.

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