Phoenix vintage boutique, Wicker Goddess, started with a marriage strategy

Sarah Small, owner of Wicker Goddess, was featured on Good Morning America on Jan. 13.

All Sarah Modest preferred was to offer the yellow couch she utilised for her marriage. 

But one particular vintage sale on Instagram led to the next. In February 2020, Small opened, “Wicker Goddess,” a shop at 16th Road and McDowell Highway in Phoenix. 

A few years following launching an Instagram account to promote classic products, Little appeared on “Good Morning The usa” on Thursday, Jan. 13.

Small appeared in a section of the exhibit paid out for by GoDaddy, a Tempe-based company that provides web hosting and other applications for somewhere around 20 million enterprises. Compact, who was compensated for the overall look, has utilized that company’s solutions given that she released her retail store.

“I sense incredibly honored to share our tale on ‘Good Morning America,'” Modest said. “I want to be one thing that people today can seem at and say, ‘yes, if she can do it, so can I.’ My hope is that they examine what their true passions are because lifestyle is quick. I hope it conjures up people today to soar.”

What is Wicker Goddess?

Sarah Small owns Wicker Goddess. The shop was featured on Good Morning America

Situated at 16th Road and McDowell, Wicker Goddess sells classic clothes, components and residence goods, Small claims.

A rainbow mural greets visitors as they enter the tiny (just over 400-sq. toes) store to uncover classic vases, furnishings, house items, jewelry, dried florals, crystals and hand drawn greetings playing cards and prints developed by Small. She also sells area items built by community suppliers and artists.