New vintage antiques store with a modern twist opens in Chesterfield
A new store trading in antiques and vintage items is coming to Chesterfield, adding yet another independent business to the town.
The Lucky Magpie Salvage will open this weekend (Saturday 4th September) following a major refurbishment of the premises on Hollis Lane Top.
Owner, Suzie Kujawinski has worked with her team in putting together a unique customer journey, featuring sections designated for different focuses. The store will sell a range of old items including: lamps and lights, military, nostalgia, signs, fairground, and Kitchenalia.
Suzie said: “I really want to make sure that The Lucky Magpie is supporting local, independent businesses and also up-and-coming creatives that have a flair for upcycling pieces.
“Whether you’ve got five pounds or a hundred pounds, it is open to everybody. So whether you just want to spend some pocket money or invest in something for life, you can find it here.
“It is about having an experience where you come in and feel like a big kid, because I think that after what we’ve all been through with the pandemic, this is what people need. That little bit of escapism where you can come in and relive memories from your childhood.
Suzie also explained why she chose Chesterfield as the perfect place to locate her business: “Everyone is so friendly and people are so welcoming. There is a real close-knit community here. I’ve worked all over and the town has a homely, traditional family feel to it.
“I feel safe going out on my own at any time. I like to have a chat with people and it is lovely when someone strikes up a conversation with you. That’s what sold it for me.”
Chesterfield boasts a vibrant range of independent and national stores, providing an enjoyable, welcoming and unique offer to shoppers. Find out more about shopping in the town here: https://www.chesterfield.co.uk/visiting/shopping/