ANDERSONVILLE — A neighborhood classic seller is returning to Andersonville with one other pop-up store providing furnishings, decor and clothes.
Swantiques will debut its pop-up store with a gap social gathering 6-9 p.m. Friday at 5228 N. Clark St. The store might be open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday-Sunday beginning Saturday and working by way of Nov. 6, proprietor Lora Swanson stated.
The opening evening social gathering will embrace a wine tasting, snacks and music. Swantiques is working out of the 6,000-square-foot former Akira clothes retailer house, which has hosted pop-up companies.
Swanson based Swantiques in 2008, promoting vintage by way of post-modern items from a warehouse and showroom in suburban Skokie. The enterprise hosts two pop-ups a 12 months, usually on the North Aspect and close by suburbs.
This season’s pop-up marks a return to Andersonville. In 2018, Swantiques got here to the now-home of Raygun at 5207 N. Clark St. Since then, the seller has held pop-ups in Edgewater and Evanston.
“Andersonville was an incredible location final time I used to be right here, however it was laborious to discover a good house,” Swanson stated. “This enormous retailer was accessible. It’s only a stunning house.”
The pop-up consists of classic furnishings, artwork, rugs, lighting and residential decor sourced by Swanson. Different distributors will even have a presence within the retailer, together with RareJule Classic clothes, Nick Dvyne Data, Luna Delgado Botanicals, Ixia Flowers and Bond Artisan Meals.
Swantiques is coming to a stretch of Andersonville that has many vintage and furnishings sellers. That’s a part of the attraction of coming again to Andersonville, Swanson stated.
“I like to be by different classic outlets,” she stated. “Folks prefer to take the journey and go to all of the locations. Everybody has various things as a result of their all distinctive, one-of-a-kind items.”
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