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New Boutique Opens Downtown

Gather Boutique founder and owner Sue Tully has done home renovations and design in the area, and has had an online shop reflecting her love of helping clients create the perfect space to gather since 2016. Opening a space to showcase her carefully curated offerings seemed a natural extension, and so Sue opened her new store, Gather Boutique, in March.

"Our collection is thoughtfully curated from artisans who are as passionate about their products as we are about the interiors they create," Sue explained.

The boutique appeals to multiple facets, with shoppers finding gifts for home warming, hostess and baby shower occasions, as well as items for themselves. One of the shop specialties is customization, where items can be brought together in an inspired presentation that matches the interest and character of the recipient. For example, if you are looking for an inspired gift for Mothers Day, Sue can help design the perfect gift box. But the customization and offerings go far beyond gifting. Besides individuals, clients include realty professionals, corporate gift giving and bridal and wedding planners.

Sue is also working with local artisans expanding her line of locally purveyed goods.

Overall, the shop is immediately welcoming with a mix of New England charm, on trend home accessories as well as vintage and refinished items and custom furniture. This boutique is fun to explore.

Living nearby, Sue gravitated to Bethel for both shopping and dining and decided to make it the home of her boutique. "It's the quaint downtown; walkable with a great selection of stores and restaurants. It is a natural fit."

Resources:

Gather Boutique

gatherboutique.co

203-744-4847145 Greenwood Ave., Bethel


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