10.15.2008

The Grand Opening

This last Saturday was the grand opening of the store I manage, Chiaroscuro.  It went really went considering everything that goes along with a grand opening (credit card machine not working, receipt printer not printing)...but you know, other than those few things, the day was really fun actually.  People really liked the store and complimented the style and the products.  These pictures were taken on Dave's phone, so they aren't the best, but they kind of show the style of the store.  I will get some pictures that are more clear and put them on here soon.  We are always updating the store and doing fun things.



Here it is!  The polished concrete floor was my idea and I picked the pendant lights. :)

                                 
                               I designed the metal sign that is hanging in front of the store

The new project now is to work on the online store!  We are supposed to have it up and running in 3 weeks.  Always something to work on!

7 comments:

Gigi said...

I L-O-V-E the polished concrete floor Jessica! Way to go you! And congratulations on the opening.

Josh Weed said...

Congrats! The store looks awesome. So, Olivia's pretty old now... and she wants to meet you guys... just to let you know...

Aaron, Bri, and Aizley said...

The store looks great Jessica. Congrats on a fabulous opening. Something always has to happen or it wouldn't be exciting...who needs credit card machines anyway right?

Audra and Justin said...

What a cute store! These types are my favorite! Congratulations on the opening!

John Groom said...

Excellent polished concrete floor. I'm sure you'll love it and it will be a topic of converstion

diana palmer said...

Jessica, what a cool jobio! despite the stress--i love that you get to put your creativity and talents to good use. i want those floors in my future home.

Martin said...

wow, this is really cool. you're ready to be a character in a movie -- you know the one that runs some cute little store and then dave comes along and buys something and says hey i'm married to you....it's a short film. this is really cool.