Michael Pierce opened Cloud Chief & Co. in January 2019 and runs the store with his wife, Dion. (Adriana Rezal/Group Impression Newspaper)
“We want [customers] to be impressed we want them to get concepts we want them to have fun and truly feel like they’re on a vacation or that they’re at a place [point],” mentioned Pierce, who owns the retail outlet with his wife, Dion.
Cloud Chief & Co. opened in January 2019 on West Main Road and gives an American Southwestern-design range of items, which include apparel, jewellery and house decor as very well as makes such as Pendleton and H Bar C.
In addition to the old-fashioned children’s toys and knick-knacks, clients can also locate exclusive treasures inside the retail store, these as fossils and apothecary jars.
“We want you to sense like you’ve stepped again in time, but nonetheless, almost everything is brand new,” Pierce explained. “It’s not an antique retail store … it’s a brand name-new store that just feels like you are in yet another time.”
Pierce mentioned one particular of his favored things about jogging the shop is meeting new people today and listening to their stories.
“I meet up with so lots of persons from Tomball and all all over the planet, but absolutely everyone that comes in, simply because of the mother nature of the store, … almost everything reminds them of one thing, and so you get a large amount of tales from people today,” Pierce reported.
In addition to its products, Cloud Main & Co. also hosts weekly community gatherings. On Saturdays at 7 p.m., shoppers can dangle out in the store, listen to reside new music and capture a sport of chess.
“There’s a large amount of definitely cool artists in city there’s a good deal of really cool musicians and retailers, so [Tomball] surely is increasing and has so much probable,” Pierce said. “We all type of connect and attempt to continue to keep every little thing going, so it is definitely a developing scene of art, tunes, boutiques and items like that.”
Though the store’s options to host additional community events misplaced some momentum during the coronavirus pandemic, Pierce reported he thinks the retailer will go on to bring in buyers.
“We have not even begun to do the issues we want to do with this area,” he reported. “That’s what’s seriously inspiring for me is that we have so considerably additional to do, and people adore it now.”
Cloud Chief & Co.
313 W. Major St., Tomball
Hours: Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunlight. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.