Etta's Attic opens downtown

Downtown has a new antique store.

Sharon Quast opened Etta’s Attic Antiques & Collectibles on May 7 at 2 Prospect St. on the corner of Holly and Bay streets in the 500-square-foot former Cameo Shoe Shoppe location.

Quast, who has worked in antiques for the past 10 years mostly in Snohomish county, said her store will have lots of one-of-a-kind items such as vintage prints, jewelry, furniture, oriental and tribal rugs, oil and watercolor paintings, antique light fixtures and more.

“I’ve got a lot packed in here,” Quast said. “There is an antique carousel horse in the front window that stops just about everybody as they are walking by.”

As an added service, Quast said she has a “Rug Lady” who will go to a customer’s house to determine which style and size of rug would fit their home best.

In order to keep up with local demand, Quast said she is also working on being able to track the interests of local customers, so she can notify them when she has items they might want.

“I have a lot of great stuff and I really want to get to know the community,” Quast said.

For more information, call (360) 734-1900.


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