The Flying Pig lands storefront in Winters

New Winters storefront, The Flying Pig, brings home decor with a flair of “Farmhouse-Boho, with an Urban twist” to Winters.
Photo by Crystal Apilado/Winters Express Kim and Chris Muffett open up the Flying Pig storefront on Main Street in Winters in the former Clayground location.

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Photo by Rosemary Hemenway[/caption] Winged porcine will be landing in Winters on Saturday, July 6. Kim and Chris Muffett’s store, The Flying Pig (a name chosen, in a sense, by those naysayers who doubted Kim’s resolve and ability), will be a new member of the city’s business community. Some might know Kim from her six years of owning and operating her Vacaville store, Pretty and Chic, where she features a variety of antique furniture that has been repurposed or restored. The Flying Pig will keep intact the love that Kim has for furniture and refinishing, but add the flair of “Farmhouse-Boho, with an Urban twist.” Growing up in proximity, Kim’s sights have been set on Winters since the dream of her opening a shop came to her, but due to limited availability she was forced to settle in Vacaville. “I was armed with 35 bucks, a Facebook page, a dream and sheer determination,” Kim said. She was not taking “no” for an answer, and has successfully been in the business for six years. Now that her enterprising dreams in Winters are coming to a head, she will not only be offering distinct home décor, but classes that focus on such things as macramé and other crafty hobbies, as well. From the “repurposed barn-wood feel” within the shop to the jubilant nature of its proprietor, The Flying Pig will bring a flavor of style that has yet to have been seen in town. Kim’s guarantee of ultimate customer [caption id="attachment_775969" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo by Rosemary Hemenway.[/caption] service (whether it benefits her or not,) should prove to be a welcome addition to the growing Winters business family. The Flying Pig’s grand opening is scheduled for Saturday, July 6 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The shop is located at 7 E. Main St., Suite 7B.]]>

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