Market on 4th transforms into Miracle on 4th Avenue
Gift-giving season has arrived.
Shops across the Magic City have stocked their shelves for the perfect holiday gifts, but one is doing it times four.
The Christmas season is nothing new to Kelsey Stone. She and her 45 makers know just what their customers are looking for when they come to shop.
"Vintage feel, a black and white feel, more traditional and then more of like bright colored Christmas," said Stone, store owner.
The four rooms inside Market on 4th is no coincidence. As you make your way through the store you'll notice that no one room is the same, each one is designed to make you feel at home. But one thing all these rooms have in common is that they help bring holiday cheer.
"Once we had our themes decided, we let them know so that way they kind of had a little bit of inspiration when creating their Christmas items," said Stone.
Walking into the Black and White room, you'll notice a kitchen table, a mantle, and many decorations that couldn't possibly go unnoticed.
"This room is also a lot of home decor with that we also try to style it how you would find it in your home," said Stone.
And down the hall, a little something for the kids, in the Bright-Colored Christmas room.
"I would say our biggest inventory in this room is the kids section. We have things for newborns all the way up to the older kids" said Stone.
Simpson says that sometimes merchandise comes in that fits into more than one theme, and that's never a bad thing.
"Seems like moving something that has been here for awhile into a new room, customers maybe notice a little bit more depending on where we place it," said Stone.
Turning the Market on 4th into the Miracle on 4th Avenue.