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Pink Petunia moving into storefront in historic Haymount; Grand opening set for April 24

By Stephanie Meador, posted 1 week ago
Pink Petunia specializes in custom art, embroidery, interior design and more. Photo by Pink Petunia

Local boutique Pink Petunia is moving to a storefront at 1325 Morganton Road.

After six years of running her business out of her home, Jennifer Britt, owner of Pink Petunia, is moving into a brick and mortar location surrounded by other well-loved local businesses such as Split End Salon and the Haymount Truck Stop. 

“My dream was always to have my own storefront and that’s been my dream for years,” remarked Britt.

Britt provides a variety of goods and services through her business including custom art, embroidery, interior design, holiday decorating, general gifts, accessories and more. At the new location, Britt is happy to share that the business will introduce “Little Petunia’s,” a line of children’s clothing, accessories and specialty gifts. Clothing will range in sizes from newborn to 4T, though Britt hopes to expand her offerings later on down the road. 

Since signing the lease in December of 2023, Britt shared that she and her team have gutted the space and completely transformed it. The store’s grand opening is scheduled for April 24. The store will be open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Additionally, the location has an office space where Britt can host client consultations.

With the new space, Britt looks forward to serving new clientele and providing the Fayetteville community with a unique shopping experience. 

To keep up with Pink Petunia’s expansion follow their Facebook page.

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