Paddington mum of three sees dream come true

Nicky Smith at the shop

Nicky Smith at the shop

First published in News

A MUM of three said it was ‘like a dream come true’ when she finally opened the doors to her first business.

Nicky Smith, from Paddington, is now the proud owner of The Willow Tree in Bruche Heath Gardens, a home boutique selling unusual house accessories and vintage shabby chic furniture.

The 30-year-old said: “It feels like a dream. It has been really stressful but it has been worth it. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without my family’s help.”

As well as selling her own creations, Nicky offers a personal painting up-cycling service and bespoke pieces.

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3:57pm Wed 26 Mar 14

Nick Tessla says...

Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy?
Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy? Nick Tessla
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4:17pm Wed 26 Mar 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

Nick Tessla wrote:
Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy?
Who cares Nick I just think Nicky is a proper yummy mummy!
[quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy?[/p][/quote]Who cares Nick I just think Nicky is a proper yummy mummy! GRUMPY PARENT
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8:50pm Wed 26 Mar 14

grey-area says...

GRUMPY PARENT wrote:
Nick Tessla wrote:
Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy?
Who cares Nick I just think Nicky is a proper yummy mummy!
How crude and uncalled for is this comment? Disgusting.

But yea - really yummy.
[quote][p][bold]GRUMPY PARENT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: Reference a story about another business, one that is going into administration(which apparently we aren't allowed to comment on) - is the fact that it is a pawnbrokers a positive or negative sign re the economy?[/p][/quote]Who cares Nick I just think Nicky is a proper yummy mummy![/p][/quote]How crude and uncalled for is this comment? Disgusting. But yea - really yummy. grey-area
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