Big Changes at Kerrytown
On the second floor, says McElroy, "we are going to be adding furniture: nursery furniture, twin beds, bunk beds, all your baby gear, many more stroller lines, car seats." Her husband and business partner Matt Cyrulnik adds: "We have furniture lines manufactured in the U.S., even things made in Ann Arbor." Cyrulnik is particularly enthusiastic about Spot on Square, a furniture company that uses "sustainable processes" and has its manufacturing plant in Michigan.
They currently carry up to size 16, and in the fall plan to greatly expand their selection in sizes 7-16. Cyrulnik, who grew up in a clothing store (his grandmother owns a women's boutique in Hamtramck), takes children's fashion seriously: "We try to accommodate everything from LA to New York and even sometimes try to do a little touch of the southern. Sometimes we're a little too edgy."
Though he cops to edginess, he won't cop to pricey: "We're not expensive. You may see a high price on something, but come and ask me. We have beautiful dresses that are $27. That's better than the Gap. We have stuff you won't see in the mall."