It may be thought of as a store with all the things below one roof.
At the very least, Beth Berfield describes On a Whim Previous and Current, a newly opened store at 1131 Washington Blvd.
Berfield and her husband, Jim, have been within the enterprise of promoting collectibles and antiques for a few years.
In January, he moved lots of his gadgets from one other location to the present website, the previous residence of the Group Theater League.
“We thought the group wanted one thing like this,” he stated.
The store is crammed with an eclectic assortment of furnishings, kitchenware, crafts, classic bottles, fishing rods, instruments, clothes and extra.
Beer faucets will be discovered unfold throughout a desk. A grandfather clock is sitting close to the doorway of the store.
“We love the constructing. We’re wanting ahead to rising.” he stated.
Berfield stated he was actually happy with the situation and hoped the constructing was restored the way in which it was.
He stated gathering classic gadgets and antiques has been his ardour for a very long time.
She stated that she and her husband have spent a number of weekends looking out vintage shops for issues.
Berfield stated the furnishings has been one of many best-selling items from her store.
Family and friends assist her run the shop, however she hopes to ultimately add workers.
Along with promoting collectibles and antiques, On a Whim additionally does tuxedo rental, alteration, and monogramming.
Ultimately, the plan is so as to add fishing and gear areas.
He stated the target is to have items at a good worth.
How did she give you the title of the shop, Berfield stated, “You purchase one thing voluntarily.”
Store hours are:
Monday, 10 a.m. to three p.m.
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to five p.m.
Wednesday, 10 a.m. to three p.m.
Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday midday to three p.m.