Not Too Shabby by Marisol Gullo features one-of-a-kind home furnishings and décor that owners Marisol and her husband, Tony Gullo, hand-select and restore.
Tony and Marisol Gullo hosted a Grand Opening party on Thursday, August 31, and the full house of guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, specialty cocktails by Cuvee Kitchen, and live music by Chris Alvarado:
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The Gullos travel the world in search of architecturally unique pieces to fill the new boutique, which is substantially larger than their previous location.
“We put a lot of time and effort into choosing the pieces,” said Marisol. “that way we can guarantee each one is special.”
From sconces to armoires, Marisol’s philosophy is simple and authentic: re-found, revived, re-loved. In addition to “re-loving” vintage furnishings, Marisol and Tony also build custom furniture and offer a line of custom linens, upholstery and lighting.
“Every piece speaks to me, and I love to see how the pieces transform from average to exceptional,” said Marisol. Upon returning to her studio with treasures (as she calls them), Marisol hand-mixes colors to create the perfect palette to restore the furnishings and uphold their artisanship.