The manager and buyer is Tracy and let me tell you- she has some serious retail swagger going on in this store.She was originally a retail stylist from Chicago but located to rural Ohio when she got married. She has been employed at some wonderful stores in Northeast Ohio . She started manging this shop about 12 years ago. The store has two floors of furniture and has flooring, accessories gifts and art. I want to take you on a photo journey looking at some of the cool items she has in the store.
|These bells are not only beautiful but have a great deep resonating tone to them when rung|
|Wow on the galvanized containers|
|Beachstone placemats and rugs|
|So many unique pillows|
|When you enter the shop this tree is loaded with seasonal displays|
|No reproduction here- cool vintage telephone booth|
|Love this old chicken coop!|
|These candles were wonderful smelling|
|Mercury glass bottle bird house- what a combination!|
|Friend bought this drift wood mirror frame|
|This was in someones barn without a top so she had a glass top made-move over Pottery Barn|
|You don't have travel far in Amish country to find feedsacks- a local lady makes these for the store|
Jackson Street Gallery 56 East Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44651
Open daily 10-5
The one thing I want to point out is even though this post featured Jackson Street Gallery they have wonderful antiques shops in Millersburg. We stopped at two of them that were open ( we were there on a Monday so a few were closed) and purchased some fun things. The prices are great. We went to the Pioneer Loft and Starlight Antiques. Pioneer Loft had some cute upcycled furniture and vintage treasures and Starlight had some beautiful typewriter jewelry and cool stuff toward the back. I bought a couple of enamel flower pins, cute vintage bottle labels, and a perfume bottle.
Additional Notes- Bags or Hotel Millersburg are nice places to eat oh ... and do not forget to go to an awesome thrift store south on 83 close to Dairy Queen called Save and Serve. The Inn at Honey Run is a quiet retreat out in the country that also has a nice menu beautiful accommodations.
If you do ever shop in Millersburg at Jackson Street Gallery tell Tracy you saw her shop on What's Old Is New.
If you can't make it this weekend on October 6th and 7th is the 50th annual Antique Festival in Millersburg.
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope your eyes were entertained with this latest adventure. It is like virtual window shopping!