Monday Morning Coffee With The Rusty Chandelier

The Rust Chandelier 1In a Pinterest-Inspired world, it can be difficult to find great vintage, DIY-look, “shabby-chic” items these days. However, St. Joseph Residents, you are in luck!

The Rusty Chandelier has been around for just over seven years and proudly offers over 100 specialty shops inside. There are vintage and antique items that have been collected from flea markets, estate sales, and a variety of other places. It’s a great place to go if you’re looking for that one piece to finish up a room or even if you need several items to make your office perfect. Rusty Chandelier also offers an Outdoor Store which houses a number of garden and outdoor pieces that will make your yard complete.

Angie Hummer explains, “Each individual boutique owner brings unusual decorating ideas into our showroom. Some mix vintage and antique items with new things to create unique and trendy decorating pieces for your home. Other dealers offer beautiful gifts, jewelry, and home and garden embellishments, while other shop owners hand create their own unique treasures. The eclectic mix of old and new home décor items brings a truly unique shopping avenue into our area.”

When you head over to their Twitter (@Vintage_Rusty), you will find a number of photos displaying their products. By following them, you’ll always be up to date with what they have in store. So, if you’re looking for that perfect desk for your office or that one chair for the corner of your living room, you’ll be one of the first to know about it! Their Facebook is another way to stay connected with them and everything they have going on.

It’s amazing to see a business like the Rusty Chandelier doing social media so well. SJC wants to give them a shout out for their hard work in that area. Be sure to stop by their Twitter, Facebook, and actual store to find some amazing hidden treasures that will be perfect in your home.

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