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elizabeth hue mercantile

A delightful new shop with a delightful owner to boot has opened up in Downtown Longview, at 1162 Commerce Ave.
Elizabeth Hue Mercantile, owned and operated by Sarah Urquhart and her “shop dog”, Sam, encourage visitors and new friends to stop in and see what they have to offer.

A Northwest native, Sarah dove into the antique business after leaving a career working in museums both in the Bay Area and North Carolina. Making her journey back to the West coast from the mountains of North Carolina, Sarah decided to open up Elizabeth Hue Mercantile after seeing the for rent sign while driving along Downtown Longview.
“I saw those gorgeous windows, and just had to have it for the shop”, exclaimed Urquhart.
She’s not kidding, either. The store front boasts floor to ceiling windows on one end, and a beautiful French style window on the other. “It’s unique, like we are”, she said. Unique is right.

A concrete windmill, old stone bird bath that looks like it came from a movie set, a mid-century iron lamp with damask shade, variety of hutches, a 1911 General Store Electric Scale, and much more comprise the offerings of this vintage antique to “modern cottage elements” store.

“I hope EHM fills a niche as a home store that provides unique items for people who are interested in creating a personal spin on their home environment”, stated Urquhart. “I also provide direction for those who may want a little help realizing their vision for their homes. We carry vintage, antique and carefully curated collections of new and gift items, hopefully something for everyone!”

With the holiday season approaching, Urquhart is excited to offer some unique vintage seasonal pieces, as well as modern items, so people should be able to find something special for their holiday home decor.

Article by Valley Bugler - http://www.valleybugler.com/2012/10/elizabeth-hue/


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