Downtown Canton’s Indigo & Oak and Studio 5 Salon are relocating their businesses across the street inside the Chamberhouse Fine Gifts and Home Decor building located at 145 West Main Street. Don’t worry though, the iconic Canton gift store, The Chamberhouse, isn’t going anywhere. Studio 5 owner Jen Davo purchased the Chamberhouse building and it is undergoing a gutting and buildout to allow for all three businesses to operate from this location. Plus she’s adding an event space for rent, which will be upstairs facing Archer Street.
Studio 5 Salon will have the entire lower level of the building, about 5,000 square feet.
Denise Case, co-owner of Indigo & Oak, told us that they will be on one side and Chamberhouse will be on the other. There will be separate entrances and will be two separate stores, but they will have one flowing space without a wall in the middle. It will be about the same square footage they have now. Last year, Indigo and Oak expanded to East Cobb.
“We are very excited about moving across the street,” Case said. I think the flowing space without a wall in the middle will be the best part. We are updating our look at the same time, so stay tuned for details.
Indigo and Oak is hoping to move in August 1st — follow us for all the grand opening details as Davo shares more scoop regarding the new event space and her studio’s relocation.
If you aren’t familiar with the history of Chamberhouse, here’s The Scoop and they aren’t closing! They are just going to focus more on gifts, ladies accessories, and PANDORA jewelry. They won’t be carrying antiques anyore; so that will be a departure from their current offerings.