By Tracy Thompson
the Times 

Gaudy Gals on Main set to open

Store to feature shabby chic furniture, jewelry, lighting and more

 

February 20, 2020

Tracy Thompson

Lori Davis and Kimi Bruzas of Gaudy Gals on Main.

WAITSBURG-Lori Davis and Kimi Bruzas are two sisters with two different styles. Lori likes chalk painted furniture, gardening, art and all things 70s. Kimi likes art, antiques, and all things crystal and pink. Together they have opened a vintage furniture boutique and gift shop just inside the Town Hall on Main Street in Waitsburg.

Prior to opening this business, they had a thriving business inside the Country Store in Walla Walla for 10 years. Many of their customers would drive from the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas to come and purchase their items.

They have recently transformed the space just inside Town Hall with a fresh paint job and have filled it with a wonderfully rotating selection of hand-painted furniture, unique art, estate jewelry, candles, lighting and more. They source their store's contents from far and wide, traveling to Spokane and Seattle and points in between, offering vintage furniture and other items at reasonable prices.

Plan to attend their Grand Opening on Saturday February 22, when they will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Current hours are scheduled for Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m to 5 p.m. and Sunday afternoons 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Customers can also visit their Facebook page Gaudy Gals on Main to purchase items, and then pick them up from the storefront.


 

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