In the Press
Lifestyles Magazine, July 2012
Something Old, Something New
Do you admire the beautiful homes featured in Lifestyles? Do they inspire you to redecorate? Then you might want to check out Kelly and Dave Belcher’s Main Street Furniture Co. Their store is bursting with new, custom, and consignment furniture and accessories to suit all budgets and tastes.
Kelly grew up in North Carolina and moved to Jackson Hole, Wy., after college. That’s where she met Dave Belcher and realized her passion for interior design. She spent five years managing a store in Jackson similar in concept to the one she and Dave have opened in W².
When they decided it was time to open their own store, they chose Walla Walla. They fell in love with the town and its weather, and Walla Walla’s wine and foodie reputation sealed the deal — after all, Dave’s a chef.
And it was important to them that their store fill a niche in the Walla Walla community.
They found the perfect location on Main Street and snapped it up. The Belchers and their two boys moved to
Walla Walla in April and opened their shop in early May.
Main Street Furniture Co. offers several lines of new furniture, featuring classic sofas and sleepers, sectionals, leather side-chairs, dining tables and barstools. They also take orders for custom furniture (your choice of fabric) to fit your style. Kelly’s also happy to look at your space and give you design ideas.
They carry custom pieces, including Adirondack chairs, accessories from WaterDrop Workshop in Walla Walla, works by local artists and a variety of unusual items.
Consignment furniture and decorative pieces add one-of-a-kind treasures to their extensive inventory.
You’ll find all styles — antique, rustic, shabby chic, and eclectic — including a wide-ranging inventory of art, rugs, lamps, glassware, folk art, pillows and more. Customers should stop by frequently because their inventory changes daily.
If you find that perfect piece but it won’t fit in your car, they offer regional delivery in the Northwest.
The Belchers welcome consignments daily — they’ll be featured in the shop for 90 days. When you’re thinking about what you might want to consign, think “Saleable,” “Desirable” and “Ready to Go.”
Please call ahead for more information or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org and to determine if they have a market and space for your items.