At She Shed, color is everywhere and maximalism is the name of the game. The popular local boutique was founded by brother and sister duo Marsha Vega Gonzales and William Vega, who joined forces and turned a color-filled shopping concept idea into a successful business. Opening its doors in February of 2020 in The Village shopping center, She Shed has remained triumphant in the struggling economy of the last few years, and with the move into a new, larger location just across the street, the siblings are proud to build on the colorful home decor, women’s fashion and wide selection of gifts that made the boutique so appealing in the first place.
“William and I love color, window displays and tablescapes. We needed more room and visibility to make an impact,” said Gonzales about the move to Doddridge Plaza. Risking it all and diving in headfirst turned out to be a great decision for the business, as it has been met with tremendous exposure and support. “It has taken the help of family, friends and wonderful business neighbors, alongside our loyal She Shed customers that have helped get us to the next chapter in our journey,” Gonzales noted.
Upon entering, shoppers are submerged in a world of vibrant hues, with textiles such as bedding, pillows, one-of-a-kind Katha bags, clothing and home decor, all handpicked with a bright color story in mind. A walk through She Shed guarantees inspiration for your next social gathering, and in its expanded furniture and decor selection, shoppers can find everything from linens and dinnerware to throw pillows and decorative trinkets perfect for accompanying your next dinner party tablescape.
Gonzales and Vega pride themselves on exceptional customer service to create a memorable shopping experience. From the warm welcome to the music playing throughout the store, the siblings intentionally curated a space for shoppers to feel comfortable enough to not just shop, but even grab a seat and share a story.
She Shed welcomes customers of all ages looking for out-of-the-ordinary and unique items to brighten their lives. Whether looking for a trendy jacket, a whimsical mug or a boho chic summer dress, stepping into She Shed is experiencing what it is like to live life in color and most importantly, to shop local.
Contact: 3735 S. Alameda St. | @sheshedlife
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