Trouvaille - Rebel Junk Vendor

As we welcome the New Year, I am excited to announce an important change at Roost Reimagined. As of February 2017 we are changing our name to Trouvaille. The name change is a result of an extensive rebranding effort designed to mirror our success of the "pop up markets" and transformation to an online lifestyle business store.

The name Trouvaille means "a lucky find or a windfall. I think this accuratly portrays what we have tried to bring you the customer. Some lucky found, vintage and handmade items to a little market near you.

Over the past few years, our company has evolved amidst a dynamic, ever-
changing industry. During this time, we have experienced tremendous evolution of our design look and what we carry in our shop.

We have often heard do you have a brick and mortar storefront? Our answer has always been no I'm so sorry we just do "pop up sales" Well we listened and compromised and present to you. Trouvaille a Made & Found Lifestyle Shop.

You might ask "what's a Lifestyle shop?"
lifestyle shop is a retail store selling a wide variety of product categories under a single brand but include clothing, housewares, furniture, and gifts. It is a business set up and run by its founders primarily with the aim of sustaining a particular level of income and no more.

In the spirit of rebranding, we will continue to bridge the gaps between what Roost Reimagined was and what Trouvaille's new upcoming products will be. Our phone number and hometown of Sherwood, OR will stay the same but a New e-mail address, facebook, instagram, and Pinterest name will be changed to Trouvaille.

Look for our new online store set to launch in late February at
We hope you will continue to follow and support us on this new ride into an online e-commerce shop of amazing products delivered right to your own beautiful homes.

You can catch Sarah of Trouvaille (formerly Roost REimagined) at our next Rebel Junk Market in Portland, Oregon February 3 & 4, 2017!  Let Sarah know that you will come shop by RSVPing on Facebook.  

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