Posie Row & co.

We are now open in Posie Row & co. on the 3rd floor across from the Top Floor Art Store and Yellow Rose Made. I’m sharing the space with Scout and Lit Loft under our name Third Shop Collective. This art by our neighbour owner of the Top Floor Art Store and creator Molly Margaret Art. Also in the house is Pin Point Ink. I love the rainbows coming out the shop window.

HOURS: Thursday to Saturay 11am to 4pm and Sundays 12pm to 5pm.  Location: 210-214 Duckworth Street, you can use the side stairs on Holloway Street too. 

I do dear dawcy jewelry and ritual botanicals; natural beauty and home scents and home decor. Scout sells clothing and vintage and has a trading post for your pieces you want to trade in. Lit Loft has sparky jewels and book marks and books, Pin Point Ink has clothing, cool printed home decor items and accessories and more, even dryer balls. Posie Row is stocked full of everything from home decor, clothing, jewelry, greeting cards to hats; well curated items, from unique door knobs, to pillows, to beautiful house plants and pots, lots of other local designers and so so much more! They support local and are local. And there’s an art supplies store, Top Floor Art Store, with Molly’s whimisical art, and Yellow Rose’s textile arts and tie dyed clothing and accessories! I have my eye on a tie dyed crop top right now and. I missed some details for sure…. it’s a four story building of good energy and things to explore. 

We are an inclusive, loving shop of local female entrepreneurs. It’s a mini department store of local on Duckworth Street downtown. Without your online support and the support of the other business ladies and Posie Row my business would not have made it through the lockdown during this pandemic. Thank you all!! The local love is strong!

Summer is short here in Newfoundland; soak it up,  get out, wear your mask inside public spaces for the safety and peace of mind of others and keep supporting local!!!! 

We are getting through this together!! 💕💕

 

 

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