Collectibles and Decor for Him and Her: Shop at The Barn on Country Club



 

Need to adorn your brand new home with furnishings and decor for the whole family without breaking the bank? Why not snag repurposed fixtures that look as good as new? Whether you’re looking to spice up a shared living space, or you’re simply in the mood to spend girls’ day out shopping for antiques, the treasures at The Barn on Country Club will catch the eye of everyone stopping by.

Open since 2016, The Barn on Country Club is closely tended to by owner Renee Floyd, who works at The Barn daily to ensure operations run smoothly. As a small team of five, I was impressed to learn that so few people efficiently move inventory in and out of The Barn, refurbish and paint incoming products, and deliver those products to customers around the clock. In fact, Renee is so passionate about her customers’ experiences that she personally purchases each item sold in-store. Whether it means performing heavy lifting in order to move large pieces of furniture onto the store floor or accommodating customers’ delivery requests, Renee and her team are focused on providing customers with outstanding and thorough service.

Customers who love the look of antique and refurbished furniture, but aren’t so thrilled with the idea of adding secondhand pieces to their new home, can have the best of both worlds at The Barn on Country Club. Shop team member and woodworking wizard Mark Nyswonger is notorious for creating customized pieces, and is especially talented in building dining tables tailored to the needs and wants of those craving a custom feel. The turnaround time for Mark’s custom pieces is around two to three weeks on average, depending on the availability of lumber and other materials used to build each furnishing. Team members Holly, Hannah, and Isabel help keep pieces in tip-top shape by painting and refurbishing furniture whenever it needs a little TLC.

While browsing the massive floor space of The Barn on Country Club, customers looking to spruce up their man cave will be thrilled by The Barn’s attic, stocked with masculine memorabilia and decor. With the holidays rapidly approaching, why not get a head start on Christmas shopping for your husband, father, or brother with a classic collectible he is sure to love? The Barn carries an excellent selection of beer tap handles, neon lights, and authentic signs to gift to the men in your life. In addition to collectibles and gifts, The Barn on Country Club is the ideal spot for couples looking to balance the feminine and masculine energy in their home by turning used, functional items into brand new decor. Creative shoppers can turn many rustic farm items into country chic accent pieces or light fixtures.

Love antiques, but aren’t exactly sure how to use them in your home? In the small chance that she hasn’t already offered to show you around the shop, ask Renee for information on pieces throughout the floor, or ask for her advice on how to make them stand out. Prior to opening the shop nearly five years ago, Renee always had a knack for retail, interior design, and repurposing furniture. Living just minutes away from the shop, she had been eyeing the store’s location for around five years before she bit the bullet and decided to turn her hobby into her full-time career. While the shop receives new inventory daily from auctions, estate sales, and downsizing customers looking to sell their items, nothing enters the doors of The Barn that Renee hasn’t closely inspected and priced herself.

Curious to see what The Barn on Country Club has in store? On Saturday, October 2nd, The Barn will be participating in Forsyth Woman’s annual Tour de Boutique, supplying refreshments and sales for registered Tour de Boutique shoppers. Register for the event at TINYURL.com/2021FWTDB by September 10th to take advantage of exclusive discounts at The Barn. To stay updated on the latest news from Renee and her team, follow @thebarnoncc on Instagram and check out the team’s Facebook page. For store hours and contact information, visit www.thebarnoncountryclub.com.

 


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