Alia from Sweetshorn Vintage, my friend Kristin and I all ventured to Furbish Studio’s Opening before the holiday.Â It was my first meeting with Alia in person and we had a two hour round tripÂ car ride to get to know one another.Â Â We had a fun day and some great conversation. Â We covered a wide range of topics including DavidÂ Duchovny’s relational misfortunes,Â masking wood paneling in a rental, Project Runway and expressions of love andÂ distaste forÂ selected residents of the blogosphere.Â If you remember, Alia has guest posted about the art of thriftingÂ here and here.
IÂ also had a first time meeting withÂ Jamie MearesÂ from I Suwannee and there was a lot of, “I didn’t expect you to look like that”Â or “I didn’t expect your voice to sound like that…”Â After all of the meeting was out of the way, we took several spins around the store.
The store looks fantastic, the furniture looks great and Jamie has tied it all together with some great accessories.
Jamie-We are rooting for youÂ and the success of Furbish Studio!
Furbish Studio is located at 1020 Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh, NC.
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Im soo happy to have been apart of this! Im still lovin’ my little crane!
what great pictures you took! i have to say i am quite jealous that you got to see it….thanks for sharing!
That black console thingy with the white detail is where its at…
Nice work Jamie!! and congrats on the store opening.
The black console is quite impressive and thanks for the compliment Monique.
Sarah! Your pictures are incredible, mama. I love the colors in the shop. It makes me want to sewsewsew and paint.
Alia- As Dylan says “tenchu”, thats thank you in toddler.
Sarah is really awesome at pictures. Hey, where do we go online to see all the photos taken by you???
This sounds like so much fun. I wish I could visit Furbish, it looks fantastic.
Thanks Boots, TEOT’s Flickr page of course! click on the revolving link below on the right side.