Pretty Shabby joins Cindi Bee in Old Town
Two unique boutiques will share same retail space
COTTONWOOD – Cindi Battisti, owner of Cindi Bee at 1037 N. Main St. in Old Town Cottonwood, has combined her retail space with Debbie Crick’s Pretty Shabby, formerly of Cornville.
The new business, Cindi Bee – Pretty Shabby Boutique, will operate out of the 1037 N. Main St. location.
The eclectic inventories of both shops now combine to offer a truly one-of-a kind store. The owners describe the shop as a kaleidoscope of sparkling color, full of bling, inspirational art, shabby chic, furniture and other whimsical accessories and yummies.
In addition to the indoor shop, the store offers a large outdoor patio, filled with yard art, featuring furniture and many other decorating items. Visitors will find distinctive jewelry, vintage clothing and home and garden essentials. In addition, the shop offers local, organic free-range eggs (from Debbie’s farm), local honey, a chocolate and candy bar and other unusual treats.
Cindi and Debbie welcome many local artists and authors featuring their accomplished wares, adding to the variety of gift and boutique items. Much of the store’s inventory is bought and re-worked by the owners. Debbie majored in art at Northern Arizona University. Cindi is also talented and has more than 30 years experience as an interior decorator.
Cindi and Debbie are also available for event planning, such as weddings or other important celebrations, as well as consulting on new construction or remodeling projects.
The store is open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.