The Station at the Tracks tries new retail model, limiting days open

The Station at the Tracks tries new retail model, limiting days open

When Lacy and Chris Cornelius, owners of The Station Items and Interiors, were on the lookout to develop their operation, they located home on Malone Street in Gadsden that fit the invoice, providing area for their retail plans — and much more.

The pair proven The Station, their shop at 2091 Steele Station Street, to meet up with a have to have discovered though furnishing their house — for a one particular-cease location to obtain significant-finish dècor to build a residence that was uniquely their have. That’s what they’ve set out to give other folks, at the Rainbow City store and at a new area in Gadsden — open up to the general public for the initial time Friday.

The shop on Sutton Bridge Street features antiques, house dècor, jewelry and crafted parts, that includes the layouts of local artists Ginger Baker and Donna Clayton, Cornelius claimed. The Popjoy Studio line attributes botanical and floral-motivated types on stationary, silk scarves, trays and a lot more.

The Station by the Tracks offers high-end antiques and home dècor, along with prints and other home furnishings for sale, and some items for rent.

After purchasing the previous Nomad Homestead Offer assets at 1229 Malone St., and ensuring via metropolis channels that its zoning would accommodate their latest and upcoming options, the pair and arrived up with a system for the new business enterprise — The Station by the Tracks — that must elevate some excitement while it retains overhead down.

Cornelius said The Station by the Tracks will be open up three days a thirty day period for an occasional shop occasion, inviting the community in to see the curated antiques and furnishings in a significant showroom, divided into distinct spots, these types of as a yard home and a spot for French home furnishings and equipment.