Owner of Peabody’s Antiques (Albany) launching new store, Prairie Farmhouse in Jefferson.
Prairie Farmhouse, a new upscale boutique, is opening its doors on Sept. 7, at 10 a.m.
The store will be a mix of one-of-a-kind antiques with new clothing and unique jewelry lines, plus home accessories you can’t find anywhere else. It is a great opportunity for shoppers to find a gift for themselves, their friends and their home.
Gini Christie, who owned and operated Peabody’s Antiques in Albany for 17 years, is excited about this new venture and the relocation, “Jefferson is a wonderful, small town with a strong sense of community and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”
The boutique will feature artisans from the Pacific Northwest along with items from small, family owned companies such as: Needham Lane, Meant Mfg., Yelena Noah Jewelry, Kim Starr, Dead Weight Fly, Medina Mercantile, Forestbound, and Fin First.
“We’ve got a lot of really fun lines and hope our customers enjoy them as much as we do,” said Christie, who will be running the store with her daughters Ashley and McKenzie. “We carry what we love and what we’d have in our own home.”
Prairie Farmhouse is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. It is located at 210 Church Street; in the renovated Jefferson Feed Store. You can follow the store on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @PrFarmhouse to learn more.