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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Mother’s Day is less than a week away! It is the perfect time to show your Mother, Grandmother or other important women in your life, just how thankful you are. I checked with the Nantucket Home Mother’s and see just what they would like for Mother’s Day this year. I hope this blog reaches their families in time to go shopping!
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Our annual Warehouse Sale is coming up this weekend which means lots of work for us but more importantly lots of savings for you! This year, more than years past, we have some great pieces (upholstery, tables, chairs etc) that are marked down way below normal sale prices. Here we've put a little sneak...
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The weather is warmer and the sun is out longer, it’s time to come out of hibernation and enjoy the outdoors. Whether you are hosting an outdoor event or just enjoying the comforts of your backyard with your family, there are so many options to beautify your space...
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