Saturday, February 26, 2011

Organized Ciaos

I'm not sure, but I don't think at this point I'm making nice with my Fed ex man . With only a few minor details to work out, we are choosing to embrace the old adage " All In Good Time " . The Good news is , we are on schedule to open the new addition by mid next week. Funny though...... We have no idea what's in those boxes !!!!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Spring Has Sprung

Bouquet of roses by Wendy Day $145.00
Yellow Tulip by Wendy Day $ 35.00

It may be February, but spring has sprung at C'est Moi! Maybe Punxsutawney Phil does know what he's talking about. Even if the weather doesn't continue to cooperate, you can always find spring here. We have been up to our elbows in cardboard, bubble wrap, and styrofoam peanuts unpacking all kinds of new arrivals. It seems as though even our local artists are beginning to be inspired by this gorgeous weather.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Afternoon of junkin'

Out diggin' for funky junk to make our new addition feel like home! We found sooo many cool new items. A few of our favorites are old chippy windows, an old porch swing, and a rusty crusty old wagon with fabulous green paint. It's a little difficult to think of decorating for spring dressed in a parka! But according to Punxsutawney Phil spring will be here soon.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Security vs. Opportunity

If you haven't heard yet, we are expanding.

While we are sad to see our friends at Amishables go, I am choosing to look at this as a great opportunity.(Maybe another opportunity to pull my hair out, but still, an opportunity) while everyone I know has been suffering from cabin fever due to all our extreme weather here at C'est Moi we are in the process of Knocking out walls picking out paint colors and receiving all the new products to fill up our new addition.
We are excited to announce that with this growth, we will now be a Dash & Albert partner store.

Pillows, Throws, Rugs, and Totes by Dash & Albert

Favorite Quote of the Week:

"Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity..." James F. Byrnes