That’s What She Shed Boutique opens in Hartland, featuring the most unique items around

That’s What She Shed Boutique in Hartland will be holding its grand opening and ribbon cutting this Thursday, June 18, from 4-6 p.m. Among the activities during the grand opening will be champagne, cupcakes and a raffle (you’ll need to stop in to see which unique item they’re raffling off).

The store is located at 10014 Highland Road in Hartland, in the same shopping plaza as the Black Rock Bar & Grill. Regular business hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. For information, call 810-746-9987. You can find a lot more information – and photos of a lot of their items on their Facebook page here.

Owners Kristy Ellis, Madelyn Vyletel and Tammy Metz during the store’s construction phase.

That’s What She Shed Boutique carries a variety of one-of-a-kind furniture pieces, knick-knacks, signs, gifts, T-shirts and much more.

This is how the store is described on its website:

Home is where the heart is, where we go to relax and wash away the cares of the outside world. Home is a place where family and friends gather. Home is where memories are made! We know this here at That’s What She Shed, so we created a place where you can find unique and one of a kind pieces to bring into that sacred space, your home.
We have also designed a place where girlfriends/mothers/daughters/sisters have a place to gather, where they can have some fun while they put their hands to work creating fun projects. Our mission is to help people transform their homes, to ensure that it becomes a unique and personalized expression of their inner beauty and self.   We hope that by visiting our boutique and/or a DIY night, it will inspire that creative woman inside of you!

Owned and operated by Tammy Metz, Kristy Ellis and Madelyn Vyletel, That’s What She Shed Boutique has items you won’t find anywhere else – including a host of custom-made Livingston County pieces.

One of the unique Livingston County items at the store. They have signs like this for each community in the county.

“The three of us are thrilled to open this shop in Hartland, where each of us has strong ties,” Metz said. “Madelyn, Kristy and I wanted to combine our vision and create a happy and unique place to shop.

“We want this to be a place where you can find that perfect gift for someone or something to add to the character of your home. We have a little bit of everything and absolutely guarantee that something in here will inspire you, make you laugh or stir up a fond old memory.”

Some of the items for sale at That’s What She Shed Boutique.

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