Promises, promises

Two Junction-bound stores that seem bound to be artsy/boutiquey, at the very least — Divina (north of Hotwire & its dentist neighbors) and Clementine (next to Pagliacci) — both have now taped hand-printed sheets of paper to their storefront glass, promising “OPEN IN SEPTEMBER.” I’m a little worried; if WS gets any trendier, you all are going to have to throw declasse ol’ me out.

3 Replies to "Promises, promises"

  • The House August 29, 2006 (9:30 pm)

    This has nothing to do with the boutiques, but I was wondering if anyone has had any issues with the West Seattle Home Depot. I’ve had issues with employees or lack thereof on 6 occassions. I’ve gotten to the point where I will bypass this location and shop at the Downtown location. Of course, McClendons and Alki Lumber are my first few choices, but the reality is that Depots prices are lower are many items.

    Just interested in others feedback.

  • Administrator August 29, 2006 (9:39 pm)

    West Seattle Blogger Spouse and I have gone there at least half a dozen times, no problem so far, but then again, we haven’t done anything intensive (order flooring, etc.) at a Home Depot since a few years back at Sodo. We only go to HD if it’s something we can’t do or find at True Value or McClendon … the latter of which always seems absolute cheapest to me, don’t know how they do it!

  • Gina September 2, 2006 (1:59 pm)

    The West Seattle Home Depot is used by me only when I have a gift card to use up. And I only buy items that I can use the self check-out with.

    Let’s just say it is a “very special” store.

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