Renew, Reuse, Repeat

So Rhode Island Magazine ·

When you run out of room for your treasures, what do you do? Well if you are Re Antiques and Interiors owner Heidi Stevens, you buy the building across the street and fill that one too. The well-loved original store is still open and its recently opened counterpart is already filled to the brim. Like mirror images, both locations are easily recognizable by their bright blue exteriors.

Take your time wandering through the myriad rooms so you won’t miss anything. There is furniture from every era and accessories from the 1600s to the present day. No matter what your style is or what you enjoy collecting, you will find something to bring home. Peek under your feet at the Persian and wool rugs, run your hand over the quilts and throw pillows, look up at the art-covered walls, check out the carved tables with marble tops and admire the sculpture and glassware sitting on them. Feel free to sit down on the mid-century modern lounger or the curved-back couch, and don’t be afraid to stay awhile. “It’s always like a party in here,” says Heidi. “I love when my customers sit around and chat with me and each other.”

Services at Re include evaluating estates, buying items and special requests. Let Heidi know what particular item you are looking for and she will use her network to find it. Local artisans hold art and trunk shows frequently, too. Resolve to visit soon and find your reward.

Re Antiques and Interiors
7511 & 7512 Post Road, North Kingstown

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