New digs for Carrie’s Corner

Carrie’s Corner Thrift Store has a new location at at 160 Harrison Road, Ste. 5, Sequim.

  • Wednesday, July 13, 2016 10:07am
  • Business

Carrie’s Corner Thrift Store owner Carrie Shields

Carrie’s Corner Thrift Store has a new location at at 160 Harrison Road, Ste. 5, Sequim.

Owner Carrie Shields has been in the thrift business for almost two years and without apology, admits she’s a “junk store junkie” who wants to pass along her new and used “goodies” to her customers.

In addition to the usual thrift store merchandise of housewares, linens, apparel (clothes $2 each), toys, books, music media, small appliances and electronics, Shields also has an eye for collectables, including M&M memorabilia, Fiesta Ware, dolls and vintage lamps, some with stained glass, and Bibles.

Other antiques for sale are a steam roller, trolley car, telephone, milkshake machine, food scale and trunks. Home décor pieces such as furniture, artwork, wall hangings and mirrors also are available.

The shop also sells new and used tools, and Shields says she’s always adding to her inventory. Hours are 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday.

To find Carrie’s Corner, turn south on Hooker Road from U.S. Highway 101 and turn left on Harrison Road.

 

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