In October, Diggs & Dwellings wrapped up its massive blowout sale and closed it’s Redmond location after nine years. Owner Sandy Nakatsu decided to leave the Redmond location when she couldn’t find the perfect place to move her storefront.
“The lease was up and I didn’t want to stay in my current location,” Nakatsu said. “So I decided to switch it up and instead of customers coming to my shop, I’ll bring my shop to them.”
Nakatsu is continuing Diggs & Dwellings through at-home consultations for customers. Services include space planning, color consulting, how to reuse/repurpose current home furnishings, new furniture selection, and finding the best finishing touches for remodeled kitchens and bathrooms.
“It’s really an advantage for the customer,” Nakatsu said. “I was running the shop by myself so now as a designer, I can see the space in person and make selections to better fit what the space allows.”
Before Diggs & Dwellings, Nakatsu spent 10 years designing commercial spaces. Nakatsu hasn’t decided whether she will open up a new permanent location in the future. For now, she’s concentrating on the new transition and spending more time helping customers create their dream home.