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Friday, October 5, 2018

Faded Finds Grand Re-Opening, Saturday, October 6 | 654 Highland Ave | Highland Plaza

Faded Finds, a vintage, upcycle furniture, gift and home accessory store, is reopening after being closed for three months.

Owner Heidi Barrett said that she is excited to reopen her doors after construction delays out of her control caused her to close unexpectedly.

"The store was unsafe so a new roof and stabilizing structure had to be installed. The entire store had to be emptied and put in storage," she said. "The good news is that it’s like opening a whole new store!  We are focusing more on all types of home decor boutique."

Barrett said that during her closure, it's been tough on her store's bottom line.

"I was able to survive based solely on upcycling furniture for clients and making handmade goods," she said. 

The grand opening is on Saturday October 6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., located in the back of The Highland Plaza at 654 Highland Avenue in Fort Thomas, next to Monera Chic Boutique and Alterations by Frances.

There will be a free gift with a $50 purchase as well as some drawings for giveaways for all shoppers.

Faded Finds also offers jewelry, signs, and a wide variety of gifts, with prices starting at $5.

"There is more variety than before with much more room to shop and a clean and renovated space," said Barrett.

"I hope that my community will support the new look. I have missed everyone."

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