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Variety spices up offerings at newly opened boutique
by LOUISE R. SHAW
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Pam Dawood arranges jewelry from around the world at Bungalow Blue, a boutique she opened earlier this year in Station Park.

Photo by Louise R. Shaw/Davis Clipper
Pam Dawood arranges jewelry from around the world at Bungalow Blue, a boutique she opened earlier this year in Station Park. Photo by Louise R. Shaw/Davis Clipper
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FARMINGTON—Pam Dawood hopes everyone will find something to love at Bungalow Blue, a boutique she opened earlier this year in Station Park.

“It’s a nature-inspired, one-of-a-kind shop with home and holiday décor and jewelry from around the world,” she said by way of introduction. 

Bungalow Blue is her passion, said Dawood, as she points out the products in the store – everything from beard oils to live potted succulents, from wall art to Utah honey.

There is a metal wall sculpture a motorcycle enthusiast would love, there is goat milk soap, there is holiday décor, there are bath salts and personal care products.

When a new shipment of products arrives, said Dawood, “it’s like Christmas.”

There are recycled army surplus canvas bags that are “way cute,” she said. There are Utah’s Own personal care products, and there is jewelry from as far away as Thailand, India and Turkey, as well as jewelry made here in the United States.

One product she proudly displays is a grouping of vinyl mats that provide non-slip coverings for hard surface floors and work especially well for people in wheelchairs or those who use walkers.

Dawood lives in Layton with her husband. The mother of two got a degree in marketing and worked in the medical industry until starting her own business. 

“I wanted to work in what is my passion,” she said, “and I love to buy jewelry from all over the world and find beautiful things that people can surround themselves with at home.”

Her business is a little different for Station Park, said Dawood, in that it is not a chain. She has enjoyed bringing her unique offerings to the outdoor shopping center.

“Station Park has become my new family,” she said. “I have totally enjoyed the beautiful environment and everyone who works here. Station Park is constantly offering and creating entertaining and interesting events to bring the community together to enjoy each other’s company.”

Bungalow Blue can be found at 955 W. Richards Street in Station Park, just west of Buckle. Richards Street is north and west of Station Park’s show fountain. 

More information is available by contacting her through bungalowbluegifts@gmail.com or calling 801-447-9285.

 
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