I grew up with one of the "Texas Treasures" artist; so, at an early age I was surrounded by art. The beauty, respect and adornment just grew as I did.
For many years, my friends & I planned shopping trips all over the country. We would shop till we dropped. Enjoyed with lots of laughs and great food. The seed was planted when I retire, I wanted to have a store. As a rule, you visit a Gallery, an Antique store or retail store. I wanted something different something unique, a mixer.
We opened La Grange Cotton Gin November 2017. Our goal was something for everyone combining artisan's, antiques/collectables along with home décor, jewelry and more. My daughter Ginger had been in banking for well over twenty-five years and volunteered to retire. With joy she took over the job managing the Gin. I believe this is her dream job. She always loved to shop and loves the personal touch with our customers.
We welcome you to come visit The La Grange Cotton Gin, check out how much talent is in Fayette County, enjoy the photos we have displayed around the store of original cotton gins in the area and the people who worked them.