Superbowl Sunday:: Seattle vs. Denver = Our Version of the Superbowl
As you all know, this Sunday is the Superbowl! For some of you, this is the best sporting event of the entire year. For others, the Superbowl means the start of the best commercials of the year - but for NEAT, it means finding the best SHOPPING in the cities that are going head to head! What better way to celebrate two cities batteling it on the field than to compare the home shopping from Seattle to Denver!? First, let's take a peek into what Seattle has to offer...
First up on our list is ORNAMO. From major pieces of furniture to small dishes (for organizing delicate jewelry or buttons), this store has everything you will want to lust over!
Next on the list is Watson Kennedy Fine Home. Not only is the shop located in a historic building, the vintage finds from all over the world will have you leaving with a full bag of goodies!
Last, but certainly not least is Revival Home and Garden. Their modern punches of color caught our eye right away, but their collection of casegoods had us never wanting to leave!
Now close your eyes and make your way to beautiful Denver, Colorado. As soon as you land, you are going to make your way to Hutch and Fig. If you love to entertain, you are sure to find every piece you will need!
If you are in search of a perfect mix of vintage and modern, look no further than Lulu's! Their amazing inventory will give you the perfect storage solution for your home - large or small!
The final stop on this excursion is a trip to Mod Livin'. We know that filing paperwork usually doesn't get many people excited, but with a collection like this, you just might get the motivation you need!
Now that we having you longing for a trip to both Seattle and Denver, who will you choose to win? Game on! Oh...and if we missed any favortie stores there, please let us know. The NEAT Girls might be making a special trip there soon!
the NEAT girls
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