Our New Hours



Well, it's official. Our new hours for the store have changed to the following:

Monday & Tuesday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Wednesday: By Appointment Only 
Thursday & Friday: 10 am - 5 pm 
Saturday: 10 am - 3 pm 

So why the change?

Wednesday has become our studio day. That means, that although the store isn't open, we are usually crafting, creating and painting projects. This also allows us uninterrupted time to fully focus on our important framing projects which you, our awesome fans, bring in. Since everything is done right here, there are certain tasks which must be completed start to finish in one full swoop.

Trust me, you don't want to see knee deep into some of the messes that must be made, so by closing on Wednesdays, it allows the time to dive in deep to handcraft even more awesome work for you to enjoy. 

What If I Need Something on a Wednesday?

No worries! Just give us a call the day before or send us a message to let us know when you are able to stop in and we will work with you to get you taken care of! With the exception for the days we're picking up furniture or involved with other commitments, we are usually available to meet you and get you what you need without a hassle. 

Did you know, we also offer appointments before and after our store hours if it is more convenient for you to stop in then?

So don't be shy; we're are still fully committed to being here for you, so give us a shout! Find our full contact info HERE.

Nothing Ever Lasts Forever

We won't commit to saying this will be a forever change of hours.

We're also looking at expanding our MECO7 team with part-time and full-time positions for passionately creative individuals. This may at some point allow us to re-expand our store hours and offerings. (Make sure to keep your eye out for all the cool things to come!)

So in the meantime, If you, or someone you know, would be a great addition to our team, check out and share the full details HERE

 

 


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