Rust Décor relocates, adds vendors

| March 14, 2019

Jenny and Greg Coffman are pictured in the new location for Rust Décor, Ohio’s premier reclaimed, upcycled, salvaged and transformed home decorations reseller. The store’s previous location was 450 square feet and it is now located in a 5,000 square foot retail space inside of the Novelty Advertising building. Josie Sellers | Beacon

COSHOCTON – Rust Décor, Ohio’s premier reclaimed, upcycled, salvaged and transformed home decorations reseller, has moved to a 5,000 square foot retail space inside part of the Novelty Advertising building. It now features 12 local vendors, exclusive hand made products, and many one of a kind items.

“We were only in a 450 square foot building,” said Greg Coffman, whose wife Jenny runs the store. “We are able to get more vendors, partner with more businesses and create an experience being in a building that’s more than a century old. You can’t build something to look like this.”

Jenny also is excited for the move and the opportunity to highlight more local talent.

“We are honored and thrilled to partner with so many talented local artists and craftpersons to assemble a collection of products that are second to none,” she said. “Our dynamic new location is the perfect venue to showcase their items.”

Vendors include: Memory Lane, Heritage Candles, JR Woodworking, Ivory Barn, Hillbippie Clay, AbbyKate Pillows, Broken Arrow Woodworking, Tana’s Tasty Treats, Finn’s Fickle Goods, Rustic Treasures, Meghan Browne Style Jewelry and Brooklyn Vintage Clothing Line.

“My phone has been blowing up with people wanting to be vendors,” Jenny said. “They love the space.”

Rust Décor will also offer a casual clothing line, select vintage clothing from New York City, and expertly lead classes in the workshop on subjects including calligraphy, kids’ art, clock making, chunky blanket making, and designing centerpieces to name a few. Booking your own custom event is available as well.

“Customers are coming in with different ideas and I am writing them down,” Jenny said.

The classes also are adding a social aspect to the store.

“People are having a lot of fun and getting to meet other people,” said Greg. “We also now have a dedicated work space and don’t have to tear down and setup for classes.”

Rust Décor will now be open every week Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Park in the lot next to Gardina’s Pizza on Walnut Street and enter the door across from The Yucatan Restaurant parking lot.

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