Antiques shops open in Iowa, Kansas

Simply Primitive Antique Mall opens

A new antique mall has opened in Hamburg, Iowa. In a historic building built in 1858, this mall has booth space of 4,000 square feet and is seeking vendors.

Simply Primitive Antique Mall at 1004 Main Street, Hamburg, Iowa, opened for business Oct. 1, 2008. Owned by Noel and Judy Hatfield, Simply Primitive Antique Mall has 4,000 square feet of booth space for antique dealers and quality antique or vintage furniture consignment. It’s located in the beautiful Loess hills just 45 miles south of Council Bluffs, Iowa, at Exit 1 on I-29. Simply Primitive Antique Mall is just minutes from other attractions in Nebraska City, Neb., and a State Park within 9 miles. Hamburg has three restaurants, a soda fountain, and an apple orchard to visit.

Simply Primitive Antique Mall is located in the old Masonic building built in 1858. Noel and Judy Hatfield also own Simply Primitive, an antique reproduction furniture manufacturing business located at the same address. Primitive pine painted and stained furniture along with candles and gifts are an added attraction to the new antique mall.
For more information call 712-382-1595.

Lenexa, Kan., has a new antique shop

The Lenexa, Kan., Antique Shop is open for business with dealer space available, according to the Staley family, who owns the shop and an online store.

The consignments have been rolling in with many terrific items and the store also has some quality dealers renting space. A candy counter may be opening in the front part of the shop. A small museum is in the making and there is an on-site antique reference library.

The “shop” was built in 1920 and still has the characteristics of the house it was originally built for. It makes the perfect antique shop.
The shop is located at 9230 Pflumm Road. It has everything from a stuffed bear head to fine china and crystal, giftware and coming soon Dept. 56 villages and vintage Christmas items.

Free classes are scheduled monthly and will be posted at www.mygrannysatticantiques.com. Future classes will be how tell to trash from treasure, how to best sell your items, how to paint furniture or IF to paint your furniture, to refinish or not, an intro to photography and much more.

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