Miss Sophie's

Welcome Miss Sophie (in the forefront) and her lovely owner, Jeanette Witschi to the Downtown Stratford BIA! 

Entrepreneur Jeanette has decided to make her passion her job! Miss Sophie’s offers French Style Shabby Chic against the most beautiful backdrop of exposed brick and French vanilla walls. Unique items have been collected “from all over” and have been merchandised in such an exquisite way that you will end up walking out with two bags of purchases instead of one! Pillows, candles, flowers, apothecary items, linens, paintings and more!

The past few years, Jeanette was the owner/operator of the beautifully decorated Magnolia House B&B on John St. Covid prompted some self reflection and ultimately a change in work. For 17 years, Jeanette lived in Bermuda working in IT. That experience and her education in Business Marketing have lead her to the grand opening of her first retail shop!

Jeanette is very excited to invite you into her shop, to meet her sweet pup or buy that perfect “something” for yourself or someone in your life. And in Jeanette’s words “nothing you love ever goes out of style!”

Open Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 am to 5:30 pm Sundays 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Closed Mondays

Miss Sophie’s | 17 Ontario St
@misssophiesdecor | 519-508-2415

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