Jean and Hal Gardner have held a shared interest in antiques since they married 25 years ago. In 2012, the couple turned their passion into a business venture with Rusty Haggles Antiques. Located in the heart of NOTO Arts District, Rusty Haggles’ vision is to to create a unique extended family of artists, antique/vintage dealers and consignors to complement North Topeka.
This unique antiquities outlet sells decorative pieces, collectibles and quality antiques – specializing in vintage technology, which includes typewriters, instruments, projectors, cameras, sewing machines and more. Additionally, the store can provide parts for various models of typewriters and other period devices. The store is a member of the Topeka’s Antique Dealers Association and sponsor advertisements in Discover Vintage America.
Brothers James and Joshua Barr built their business with a focus on customer experience. Graystone Painting & Refinishing promises to deliver on attentive and skillful service; providing same day estimates, hands-on, detailed communications and quality painting and refinishing. Services include interior painting, exterior maintenance painting, drywall repair and refinishing, concrete and masonry coatings, cabinet and trim refinishing, pressure washing and annual maintenance.
Despite heading a young company, the brothers have a combined 30 years of experience in the industry. Eliminate the worry of dealing with independent contractors. Let Graystone tackle your next painting or refinishing project – and expect nothing but exceptional service.
Have you been to Topeka’s largest indoor flea market? Visit Owls Nest Antique Mall and Flea Market‘s newly remodeled second location at 29th and Adams, previously Boyles Joyland, or its original location at 3411 SW Topeka Boulevard. Owner Lyndsey Adams guarantees an enormous variety merchandise at affordable prices. In addition to antiques, patrons will find upcycled items, local art and crafts, home essentials and much, much more.
Owls Nest plays host and venue an outdoor live market every second Saturday from April to October. These all-day events include vendors, food trucks and live music. What’s more, a percentage of the event proceeds goes to benefit a different charitable organization each month.
With so much to choose from, you’re sure to find something you can’t live without!