A new home decor and design store is opening at 5330 Ballard Ave, the space previously home to Camelion Design.
Woodland Mod, owned and soon to be operated by local resident Jaimie McCausland, is planning to open its doors this April.
McCausland is keeping the essence of Camelion Design, as she plans to appeal to gift-givers, home decorators, and those looking to add design elements to their space.
However, McCausland is shifting the focus of the store from its previous style and will be curating designs and merchandise from a “Scandinavian design philosophy.”
Staying close to her own roots and those of Ballard, McCausland will highlight Scandinavian style in the functionality, simplicity, and clean lines of her designs and featured products in the brick-and-mortar Ballard store and online.
Store merchandise at Woodland Mod will include homeware, wall art, accessories, wellness products, and more. Local, US, and overseas/European products will be sourced for the store along with goods from independent and artisanal crafters.
The old Camelion Design space will also be renovated for Woodland Mod to better reflect the Scandinavian design and decor of the store. The renovation designs have been recently completed and McCausland is moving forward with contractors to begin the changes.
McCausland is looking forward to opening Woodland Mod and adding to the area’s small business community by being a “compliment to the stores in Ballard.”
More updates to follow as Woodland Mod prepares for its opening in April.