Some of the most successful businesses are those that continue to grow and grow (and grow) out of a demand for more, more, more from their customers. That’s exactly what has happened with local small business Wood & Cloth Interiors, and now it’s time for their biggest move yet: opening their very own storefront!
Wood & Cloth Interiors recently shared with All Things Madison all about their huge plans to open a 2,500 sq foot store right here in Madison early this fall. The store will be located on HWY 72 at 107 Brookridge Dr. in the former Hollywood Feed location. This location is right next door to The Dessert Fork in the same shopping center as Tazikis, Dunkin’, etc.
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Mary Kate Nave, who owns and operates the store with her husband Cody, shared that this brand new storefront location will carry all of the pieces that they’ve never been able to carry in-store at Vintage 72.
“We started at this teeny tiny booth downstairs at Vintage 72 and just kept expanding,” Nave shared with a contagious giddiness as she recalls the rapid speed with which the business has grown.
The new Wood & Cloth location will feature bedroom sets, couches, lighting options, candles, linens, placemats, greenery, and much more.
“We will have leather couches and linen couches and massive tables and small tables and the list just goes on and on of all the things we’ll be carrying.”
As far as what styles of interiors Wood and Cloth will carry, Nave says that the store will carry a little bit of everything, from coastal to modern to farmhouse and more.
Nave says that one of her biggest goals is for Wood & Cloth to be a place where customers can come in and find everything they’re looking for for their homes.
“I want to show my customers how to mix different items together without having to stick to a specific style,” shared Nave. “I have so many people come to me saying that they love a certain style but have no idea how to stick with it and make the home feel cohesive.”
Nave says that she can relate to these concerns because she too likes to stick to a certain style but has learned how enjoyable and beautiful it can be to mix in a few different styles as well.
The demo on the store started this week, and Nave says that it’s undergoing an entire overhaul. When it’s ready for customers in just a couple of short months, Nave shared that she hopes it’ll feel like customers are walking into someone’s beautifully decorated home.
“We want to set it up where you have an entire bedroom set up over here, a kitchen area over there, and a living room area over there. We hope that guests will be able to envision this being their own home and that it’ll help them select just the right pieces to call their own.”
“We are excited to carry pieces for every home, whether you’re looking for a 12′ long dining table or to furnish a smaller apartment.”
Nave is currently in the process of hiring new employees with interior design backgrounds and is thrilled to offer even more opportunities for in-store and at-home interior design help to her customers.
Just like at Vintage 72, Nave shared that customers will still be able to find a piece at the store and take it home that day. They will continue to offer a delivery service as well.
Three cheers for Wood & Cloth Interiors coming soon to Madison, Alabama! Stay tuned on AllThingsMadison.com as we continue to communicate with Nave and share updates throughout the next few months of their progress.
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This article is written in partnership with Wood & Cloth Interiors, a store I have loved and shopped in for over a year. Thank you for supporting the stores and brands that help keep All Things Madison a free resource for our community.