Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Located on Sailors Parkway, Petal's Rose offers gently used women’s clothes and accessories, as well as some home decor.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Petal's Rose is now open in strip beside Home Depot on Sailors Parkway in Powder Springs. The hours are: Petal's Rose is a boutique and consignment store that offers gently used professional women’s clothes and accessories. There is also a limited selection of home décor. With the strip being built about three years ago, the owners, Petergaye and Dwayne Rhodes of Powder Springs, are original tenants. You can read about the couple and their inspiration in starting the store in Patch's original report. Don’t miss any of the local news you care about. Subscribe to West Cobb Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Friday, May 25, 2012
Darcy's Botanicals has been online-only for nearly four years but will soon have a home in the heart of the city.
Lysandra Taylor had driven through downtown Powder Springs several times, keeping an eye out for a brick-and-mortar spot for her home-based online business. Then, she spotted Tea at Seven Springs and wanted to go in for some tea. But with the business—as well as its adjoining partner, the Powder Springs Coffee and Bake Shoppe—closing at the start of the year, Taylor noticed a “For Rent” sign and wanted to know more. After seeing the elaborate woodwork in the coffee shop completed by the owners of the building and businesses, Larry and Joan Evans, Taylor knew it was the perfect location for her beauty boutique, Darcy’s Botanicals. “We’re basically a home-based hair and body care business mainly for curly and natural hair—afro-texture hair, …
Monday, May 14, 2012
Rachel Summerlin brought her dream of owning a boutique to fruition on Marietta Street downtown in late April.
Rachel Summerlin’s dream officially came true on April 28—the day her business, Nova’s Boutique, opened. “This was a passion of mine for years,” she said of boutique-ing, something inspired by her mother and the business’s namesake, Nova Jackson, “and as a child, I always wanted to open a boutique.” So after her neck was injured while working at a corporate job, she pushed her dream to fruition. It took Summerlin and her husband about seven weeks to renovate the large vacant space next to Lily Torte Baking Company on Marietta Street in downtown Powder Springs. It had been without a business for several years and needed a lot of work, Summerlin said. Now, she’s happy that it’s up and going and serving customers, she added. Nova’s offers men…