Karin Kay recently announced the addition of Associate Broker Peggy Carver to its staff. Carver most recently was the broker/owner of The Real Estate Shoppe. She plans to continue specializing in residential and land listings and sales.
POULSBO — Bonnie’s Flower Market is surrounded by walls of a beige color. Its floors are made of clean, simple cement.
But bursting from every inch of its space are tiny, colorful fireworks of flora, bringing the shop alive and perfuming its air with sweetness.
New owners Paul and Brianne Zeman are now serving up great coffee and fresh, homemade food and pastries at Caffe Cocina. The cafe is also now combining forces with salon Ciao Bella. The two are located on Finn Hill in Poulsbo.
Bonnie’s Flower Market, located inside the Northwest Design Center on State Route 305, is now open for business. The European-style flower market offers top quality products at market value pricing. For more information, call (360) 697-9975.
POULSBO — Most already know ‘It’ can be bought with a simple point-and-click on eBay.
But unloading ‘It’ once the luster has lacked isn’t always so easy.
An online auction shop full of listings from the every day to the unusual, eBay just happens to be where Internet Auction Company owner Russell Pickering has a high stock of expertise.
HANSVILLE — From the displays of glowing art and neon signs to its spunky owners Laurie Lewis and Joan Peter, the Custom Neon shop in Hansville screams cool. Not to mention neon conserves more energy than typical household lighting and doesn’t get any warmer than when it’s first turned on.
POULSBO — Walking into the Front Street shop, the clean smell of soap tinged with something one can’t quite put one’s finger on pervades the nose. Good Scents, organized to sell wonderfully fragrant soaps, lotions, perfumes, candles and all varieties of bath amenities, has been striving to present a fresh face and excellent customer service to North Kitsap residents and visitors for more than a year.
POULSBO — A new bank is about to find its home on the shores of Liberty Bay, and investors are being sought as preparations continue for a spring 2008 opening.
Ending the image of bankers sitting feet-up behind mahogany desks, clouded in a smoke of ambivalence, Liberty Bank is on its way to becoming a community-serving agency with solutions, involvement and understanding of clients’ needs.