I recently made a return visit to Baltimore and stopped by my old stomping grounds in Fells Point (I work remotely from Chicago). The store was beautiful! Have you been in awhile? Well-curated, the furniture layouts were inviting as ever, the little items - candles, mugs, artwork, books, etc. - were perfectly displayed, cute and stylish. I basically wanted EVERYTHING. People were bustling about, hand sanitizer greeted them at the door (as did smiley hellos from the sales staff), plexiglass was up at the registers to keep the Su Casa folks safe, and the customers, too. It was honestly the same as it ever was, comfortable, cozy, and good. I love Baltimore, I know the first time I discovered Fells Point, I did a broad swoop of my arm and said, “get out of here with this - ridiculous.” Meaning, it’s picturesque and charming. And Su Casa complements the neighborhood well, it’s like one can’t be without the other, can it? Added bonus was that I got to see my boss and a couple of work chums - it was an excellent visit. And all I purchased were a couple of wine stoppers, I pack light, so I'll aim to do better next time.
I say all of this because my time in Baltimore made me grateful for being a part of the Su Casa experience and team. My appreciation goes to you for shopping small, supporting local, and including Su Casa in making your house a home. For upgrading your space and being patient when turnaround times kept increasing due to nationwide supply chain issues. Thank you for participating in our warehouse sale to clear it out and help us move out and up to an even larger space! On behalf of all Su Casa worker bees, cheers to you - the best community of people, we couldn’t do it without you.