Love What You Do

I love watching things fall together. I love when a customer walks in on a mission to find a perfect piece for a specific spot in their home and how their face lights up when they find it. I love seeing a young girl fall in love with her first piece of art, and whenContinue reading “Love What You Do”

Feedback

What is it exactly that people WANT? We have tried for over two years, closer to three than not, to figure out how to keep you, the consumer, to keep coming through our doors. So, I finally decided, to simply ASK! Well that was simple wasn’t it?! Our goal from the beginning was to bringContinue reading “Feedback”

Summer Days

Is it even possible that it is almost JUNE?!?! Yes, yes it is. I feel like it is time to give you all an update on our family. So many of you reach out each market, whether it be by a sweet smile and a nod of your head or a hug and a patContinue reading “Summer Days”

Finding Your Tribe by Amy Atwell

As most of you who follow us know, we have an amazing group at Seaglass Salvage Market. Our Good Vibe Tribe and the feeling we promote is a big part of what keeps you coming back. I have invited the Indoor Vendors to be GUEST BLOGGERS and I am so excited to see who participatesContinue reading “Finding Your Tribe by Amy Atwell”

Here We GO!

Happy New Year! As we start off 2017 at SSM we are looking forward to some changes. We have had a few indoor vendors move out and we are excited about the new ones moving in…and one who is just MOVING. Mike of Kinzie Krafts has not only decided to expand by moving into aContinue reading “Here We GO!”

All the “Firsts”

We made it through Christmas, as you can imagine…it was very different this year. I know in my heart it will never truly be the same again, but this one, this one was rough. Our family is definitely an extended one, but we sure do know what’s important. Hate that it was learned the hardContinue reading “All the “Firsts””

Community

Although Seaglass is not a hobby for me, I feel I may look at MY business a little different than most. I want a feeling of camaraderie, a place where the vendors WANT to be, a place where customers feel like they are visiting a friend. I use the term GOOD VIBE TRIBE often, andContinue reading “Community”