Gratacos was one the fabric shops I wanted to visit most. I’ve seen fancy fabrics online accompanied with high prices and the urge t know if it really worth it did low down… didn’t until I visited the shop!

“I would stop sewing if I get this kind of service each time I want to buy fabrics!!!”

I’m very disappointed! It is not only the worst fabric shop I’ve ever visited but it is also the worst shop I’ve visited in Barcelona! Facing the truth I did not expect such kind of behavior there and such kind of treatment. Feeling being racial discriminated in a fabric shop in 2017….well! How can you call it? Because I do not know!

It is the only fabric shop (and I LOVE fabrics) where you forget about fabrics, as beautifully hanged they can be. The owners definitely spent more time and money on the design of the shop and absolutely nothing on choosing (or training) the people who actually supposed to assist you there… And more than that! I would stop sewing if I get this kind of service each time I want to buy fabrics!!! Can you imagine how bad it was? I hope you can’t!

 

“It is the only fabric shop (and I LOVE fabrics) where you forget about fabrics…”

final thoughts of gratacos

I Dislike:

1 – Customer service

2 – Price tag is not accessible

3 – Composition tag is not accessible

4 – Light is not right to see the correct shade of the fabrics (it is kind of sexy light and not the one you want if you are thinking of your project)

5 – Did not notice the fabrics at all. The service is so bad that I can’t say if I liked something, you can see this post is empty comparing to other posts I’ve written of other fabric shops

 

I like:

1 – Well hanged fabrics

2 – Design of the shop (except lighting) is very well done. Applause to the designers!

 

xx,

Val.

*This post was not sponsored. All products mentioned were purchased with my own money. All opinions are 100% my own, as always!!* Read more in DISCLAIMER