Sara Tofanelli-Barroso

Sara Tofanelli-Barroso Sara grew up in Chico, California.  She started working in the family business (Nantucket Home) at a young age.  She learned the family business, learned to save and learned to travel with her savings.  After high school she left Chico to live in Italy and travel throughout Europe.  It was here that her love for food, coffee, language and culture flourished.  Upon returning, she attended Chico State, met her future husband, John (who was also intrigued with traveling), graduated with a degree in English Literature and Italian and left Chico with him to live and work in Torino, Italy.  Sara currently is the ‘shopkeeper’ at Nantucket Home.  She spends her time away from work playing with her children, dogs, and husband.  And whenever she can find spare time she enjoys reading her favorite blogs on everything from design to food to lifestyle.

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New bamboo clothing Now In. We just received a new shipment of our favorite bamboo clothing.  Years ago we were the first to write an order with this (at the time) up and coming line of bamboo bedding and clothing.  And we’re so glad we got in on the ground floor...


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A Pink Affair

29 Nov 2012
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Why do bad things always happen to the nicest people?  That’s a question I’ve been wondering since July when my friend got diagnosed with...

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Our Annual Fall Home Sale is upon us, which means it’s not only a great time to save on furniture, home accessories, and all things design here at Nantucket Home, but it is also that time of year for one of our "family" portraits...

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