Attention Schitt’s Creek Fans: You can shop at an actual Rose Apothecary. This is not a drill!
The pop-up shop is housed inside the walls of Beekman 1802 Mercantile in Sharon Spring, N.Y. The upstate boutique partnered with Schitt’s Creek after noticing some real-life similarities between itself and the fictional boutique opened by David Rose (played by star Dan Levy) in the sitcom's third season.
"It's very similar," Caitlin Scott, the store's visual merchandising manager, told USA Today. "It's about a family who really lost everything and ... without their neighbors, they really couldn't become who they were. They create this world where everybody helps each other, and that's kind of (true) with Beekman, too."
As USA today reports, the Easter eggs served up for Schitt’s Creek fans are uncanny:
Rose Apothecary soaps, perfumes, lip balms, body creams and candles now sit on the shelves, and the store's interior has been rearranged to incorporate elements seen in the show.
Things like white pedestal bowls, ladders with green plants stacked on top, vertical scarf displays and ceramic crows now fill the store's shelves and walls. There's even a few plungers right at the front of the store.
"We just went through each part of the store to try and look those subtle moments that really made sense with our store," Scott told USA Today. "We just tried to look at those little details ... and just tried to match that."
If you want to visit the pop-up version of the Rose Apothecary, plan your trip soon. While the boutique is open daily, its doors will close at the end of February.
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