Boutique curator mixes maker and mall culture to bring hipster cool to the suburbs.
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Live Ratio interview with Mandy Connell of KOA News Radio as a follow up to spring interview about business owners who have pivoted during the COVID lock downs.
Karli Millspaugh, the owner of the Curate gift shop in Centennial, which sells homemade goods from 150 local vendors, said she had to reinvent her business model.
Small-business owners shacking up together in one location has become common as more and more neighborhood storekeepers find themselves plagued by rising rents and operating costs. But Unlisted does it bigger…and better. Under one roof, booths run by more than 100 local vendors offer a full gamut of gifts: hand-packaged food items, cut flowers, clothing, jewelry, handmade cards, home decor and more.
Find love in all the local places. A surefire way to get gifts made with love is to shop small this Valentine’s Day. Featuring more than 60 local small shops, Curate Mercantile (formerly Unlisted Market) is stocked with gifts, accessories, fashion and home décor.
I couldn’t do it all without support from my amazing husband, Brent. Together we live in Parker with our almost-4-year-old son, Kade. We share a love for community and entertaining. From our annual Christmas cookie exchange to Sunday night dinners, it’s important for us to spend time in fellowship with people we care about.
Our long, hot summer days have morphed into the crisper mornings and early evenings of autumn, and the cozy call of the fireplace beckons. Curate Mercantile owner Karli Millspaugh adorns this modern farmhouse mantle in the Fox Hill farm-to-table neighborhood.
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