People in search of eclectic decor in downtown Jefferson City have a new spot to visit in American Elm.
The store gives furnishings parts, lighting, house decor and items. The next store in a franchise that started with a seasonal spot at the Lake of the Ozarks was introduced to Jefferson Town by homeowners TJ Richardson and Kevin Mauk in an work to extend the brand name into a location in the Capital Town.
“We desired to come up to Jeff City — I just assume it is a great neighborhood,” Richardson reported. “We preferred to develop a metropolis design for the organization so downtown is so good. We believe in retail and rejuvenating the downtown region, and so this is in which we needed to devote. A whole lot of our clients down in Lake of the Ozarks space arrived there from Jefferson Metropolis and Columbia in any case.”
The keep has a extensive array of choices, from a Missouri-built line to a assortment of items manufactured or made in the U.S., as nicely as parts from all about the world. A percentage of the retail store is made up of merchandise from each individual continent, Richardson stated.
A large amount of the solutions are made by companies and sites where items are identified and worked on by youth centers and teams committed to supplying to their nations around the world and communities.
“I employed to do structure in Kansas Town and had a lake household down the Lake of the Ozarks and just acquired weary of heading property at the conclude of the weekend. So I made the decision to go to the lake location, and I noticed that on my facet of the lake there wasn’t a whole whole lot of structure retailers and things like that,” Mauk claimed. “So that form of just prompted us to have the strategy to open up a single, and it is been good. We have a good deal of remarkable consumers and just became our close friends now.”
While the place is formally open up for small business, the Jefferson Metropolis Spot Chamber of Commerce is set to hold a ribbon-reducing ceremony to welcome the new shop at 11 a.m. May 13.
American Elm is located at 211 E. High St. and is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and Saturday.