The mid-century modern furniture shop, which decamped from smaller quarters a block up, threw an opening party this weekend in their much larger showroom. They are still stocking up so they haven’t yet launched their new features, which include selling vintage clothes and offering re-upholstering services.
Also not ready is the second floor, which will be home to a tattoo shop run by owner Stacey Bartholetti’s husband. But for now, the space offers much more space for larger furniture items like bedroom sets and larger shelving units.
There are also dressing rooms in the back (for when the clothes make it inside) and an office with room for fulfilling their online orders from the Etsy shop.
We’ll keep you posted on that tattoo shop, which was well-received when Bartholetti gave an information-only presentation to the East Passyunk Crossing Civic’s zoning committee in January.