Vintage clothing, furniture found at downtown shop in Enumclaw

Vintage Garden, a new enterprise launched by owner Coreen “Corey” Baxter, is sharing some highly-visible space on Enumclaw’s Cole Street.

Vintage Garden

Vintage Garden, a new enterprise launched by owner Coreen “Corey” Baxter, is sharing some highly-visible space on Enumclaw’s Cole Street.

Located at 1527 Cole, Baxter has set up shop and shares space with Young’s Flowers, a full-service florist.

Baxter offers customers a selection of antique and vintage furniture and collectibles, including items that fit categories like “junktique,” “chippy” and “shabby chic.” There’s refurbished and rehabilitated furniture, home decor and gifts; on a speciality note, Baxter stocks vintage-style, cloth-covered electric cord for lamp rewiring.

Baxter also rents her vintage pieces for weddings and photography sessions.

Vintage Garden is open every day – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Baxter can be reached by phone at 253-829-6998 and more can be found at 58vintagefaire.blogspot.com.

 


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