new shop mum 117 opens in Barrington

by | Dec 4, 2015 | what exactly do we do? | 0 comments

Mum 117 Barrington, IL
Linda and Nicole just completed a website for a new boutique shop in downtown Barrington, Illinois, owned by local Crystal Lakers, Lynn Loure and Rudy Magnani. Lynn brings her curating skills to play in the store with carefully considered objects-of-art. Mum 117 is a cross between a museum gift shop and a lifestyle store, featuring an eclectic mix of home accessories, women’s and children’s clothing, fine art and books. Each item is sourced for its earth friendliness and natural materials. They have opened their doors this week, so it is a great time to stop in and find that special gift for someone. Visit Mum117.com.

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