Open house at Brush Factory on Kings for five new shops set March 22

March 17, 2018

The Brush Factory on Kings will host an open house from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 22, to welcome five new merchants. The additions bring to 50 the unique collection of artisans and merchants at 830 Kings Highway.

New vendors just opening their doors include 1636 Savannah proprietor Melody Diaz and business partner Linda Dylla, who offer a unique selection of custom designed home and garden decor. The collection includes wallpaper, fabric, pillows, paper placemats, aprons, totes and more. Special orders are accepted.

Cape Glass and Mosaics artists Valerie Waywell and Catherine Bosna craft spectacular mosaics mixing glass and beach objects. Offerings include handcrafted pottery, jewelry, and unique furniture and gift items.

Top Dog Architectural Salvage carries vintage items for the home and garden. The second architectural salvage merchant at the factory, Top Dog offers a wide variety of classic doors, carvings, shelving and one-of- a-kind items.

Beached and Rescued features a line of all-natural and organic products for the daily head-to-toe cosmetic and beauty regimen. Locally produced items cater to both men and women with a focus on naturally slowing down the sands of time.

Mid-Century Drift carries all things mid-century and vintage. Bedroom, dining room and home furnishings come from classic lines including Broyhill Brasilia, Kent Coffey and Adrian Pearsal. The shop offers period artwork and novelty items as well.

The Brush Factory is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.