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Makers | Goods | Hot Spots

No need to blush… the Triangle’s first female-focused pretty-in-pink 11,000-square-foot coworking space with childcare (!) is now open. With an MO of connecting women to a safe, inclusive work environment, Blush Cowork also feats a female-authored library, private and semiprivate offices, conference rooms, an outdoor patio, and more. #GirlPower! 201 Shannon Oaks Circle, Ste. 102, Cary

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Next time you pack your bags, make a STATEment with SCOUT Bags’ functional and fashionable STATEment Collection  (launching April 8) feting “the special places SCOUT’s customers live, love, visit and long to return to.” Debby’s Hallmark Shop, PaperBuzz;

OK, bloomers! DTR’s houseplant hot spot is expanding (!) to offer over 1,800 square feet of houseplants, supplies and plant-adjacent gifts. We’re rooting for Urban Pothos phase two to open early April. Can you dig it? 714 W. Peace St.

Don’t know what to do with yourshelf? Styron & Hughes has just what you’re looking for with monthly shopping experience for timeless high-end home decor and furniture at discounted prices. Think Restoration Hardware, but more affordable. Don’t miss the April sale dates—April 23 (in person) and April 24 (online)! 6702 Old Wake Forest Road

If you heart tattoos, check out Joe Almquist’s new DTR studio a few blocks from Dix Park. Featuring some of Raleigh’s most sought-after tattoo artists, Eye Heart Tattoo is making its mark all over Raleigh(ites). 430 S. Dawson St.

Botox will never make headlines (get it?) but Blue Water Spa’s—voted the best medspa in NC—brand-new second location in Brier Creek totes is. Treat yo’self to Botox (natch), laser hair removal, lash lifts, chemical peels, facials and more. 4205 Corners Parkway, Ste. 110

Just in thyme for spring (!), Copperline Plant Co. owner/founder Anna Grace FitzGerald is planting her budding biz in a new brick-and-mortar nursery opening soon near City Market. So—rooting her efforts to supply local green-thumbers with all you need to spruce up your space. 300 Blake St.

Work hard, play hard! A collaborative real estate-centric workspace, The Work Hall by Monarch Realty Co. offers flex/coworking ops, private offices, meeting spaces, and other benefits and amenities—fit for freelancers, startups, brokers and everyone in between. 213 Fayetteville St.

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