Rehabd. offers decor, jewelry, clothing

Amy Conover of Holstein opened Rehabd. at 107 S. Main St. April 29. Over the years, the building has housed Sorensen Clothing store, a framing business and a photography shop.  Conover said, “We purchased the building from the Holstein Development Authority and my initial thought was to open a second hand store. I decided that wasn’t the direction I was going.”

Rehabd. offers an eclectic mixture for shoppers looking for a special gift for a friend or something new in home décor.

“I wanted to provide something for the community so they wouldn’t have to drive somewhere to buy that perfect item,” Conover said. “The main floor features a good mix of new items such as home décor, accessories, clothing and jewelry. I rent booths upstairs to crafters, antique dealers, painters or that individual who wants to sell items no longer needed. I’d eventually like to do more repurposing.”

The store’s hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Conover said, “If I’m here the door is unlocked.”

For more information, contact Conover at 712-369-8142 or via email at rehabd2015@gmail.com. Rehabd. can be found on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.