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After opening their first brick-and-mortar last year following the closing of their VW bus boutique, Treehaus founders Saralynee Lowrey Precht and Michelle Pedersen have moved their one-stop shop into a bigger, better space in Atwater Village. Located in SewLA's former space at 3153 Glendale Boulevard, their spacious new digs offer even more artisanal, locally-made goods for creative gifters.
In addition to hosting a rotating gallery exhibit and a curated selection of clothing, jewelry, housewares, art, and baby essentials from brands like Blue Eyed Squirrel, Sweet McGee, LaLa Moccasins, Lynn Bathke, and Hollywood Fodder, Treehaus also welcomes crafty DIY-ers to take advantage of SewLA's classes in the back of the store.
Treehaus is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 6pm. Closed Mondays.