The tenant of the South Mall is moving to the Village West shopping center – The Morning Call
The family-run business, which offers refurbished furniture, local handicrafts and home decor workshops with its own hands, is making strides in Leahy County.
Uniquely Lopez Co., co-owned by husband and wife Juan and Don Lopez, will move from its summer location at South Mall on Salvage Street in Salisbury to Village West Mall on Tilgman Street and North Cedar Boulevard in the coming weeks. -Cross in South Whitehall market town.
The company plans to close its South Mall location in mid-June and reopen at a new location in the Village West on July 1, Don said.
The Lopez family is relocating its business, also known as Uniquely Lo. Co., primarily for more space.
“So I can introduce more machines to help my artists and help the community more,” Don said. “Space also allows you to be more active.”
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Unique Lo. The company, which offers refurbished chairs, dressers, tables and other furniture, originally opened in April 2021 in the former Getrude Hawk Chocolates South Mall, and in July expanded to a second mall showcase with a gallery of finished goods and a place to do so. . -the lessons themselves, through the corridor.
Late last year, Lopez closed the original location in the mall, which primarily served as their workspace, and continued to work in a larger storefront.
The couple runs the business with their children, Nathaniel and Isabella. Together, the family restores furniture brought to them by customers, as well as items they purchase themselves through real estate sales, compensation stores and more.
“The business actually started in 2019 as a result of my son going to the LCTI for carpentry,” Juan said. “His one task was to do something with his parents. So we disassembled the tray, cleaned it and put a few hooks on it to make a holder for a coffee mug. Eventually we started looking for furniture and became even more creative. ”
Unique Lo. The company offers products with painting and engraving, as well as handicrafts such as decoupage, macrame and stained glass, from almost a dozen senders.
Customers can also purchase the full line of Dixie Bell Paint Company paints and take part in DIY classes such as basic macrame, dream catchers, leather processing, wreath making and family heirloom signs.
From June 15, the company will host new performers and the party. Information: 610-333-2075; https://uniquelyloco.com/#.