Saturday, October 25, 2008

The Good, the Bad, and the Web Site

First for the good news: we are featured in this month's issue of Domino; those of you who follow our comings and goings know how excited we've been about's our favorite magazine and, well, it's just plain cool to be in a national magazine!

The bad news is only minor, but we needed some bad news to fit with our trying-to-be-clever post title. Back to the bad news: in the blurb about the store, the name is sort of...incomplete. But Domino, we still love you. Like my grandmother used to say, don't look a gift horse in the mouth.

That just leaves the last topic for this session: the Web site. It has been in development for some time, and we were hoping and praying it would be up by now, but it looks like we are still one to two weeks away from the launch of our e-commerce site. Please come back and check then to see more of what we carry, and perhaps even order something of your very own.

If you'd like to be alerted when our site goes live, sign up for our mailing list (see the top right corner of the blog) and we'll let you know. We'll even send you a discount code to use on your first purchase (once we figure out how to do such a thing, of course).

I'd be interested to hear what all you Seattleites think about Rita's selections and comments, should you be so moved to share.

(Rita Konig, by the way, is perfectly lovely, in case you ever wondered.)


Erin Vey said...

I thought it was a great review and you can't help but love the placement on the page!

Congrats for making the magazine.

I'm actually really glad to see Georgetown highlighted at all because I had never really even known about it until a few weeks ago and I have lived in Seattle all my life!

I hope to come down soon :)

Revival Home and Garden said...

Thanks so much, Erin! Glad you spotted us. We're pretty much over the moon about it, even months after learning we would be included in the feature.

Yes, Georgetown is still something of a discovery, which certainly has its pluses and minuses for the shop. But I've lived in G-town for more than five years and wouldn't live anywhere else.

You must come pay us a visit soon. I may not be there, but my trusty shopkeeper Dawn would be thrilled to meet you! Let me know what you think after your visit.


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