Vintage 615

April 29, 2017 in Editorials

You won’t find two more positive and welcoming individuals than Chris and Margaret Ziegler, the new owners of Vintage 615 in Spring Hill. And that inviting, upbeat energy spills over into every aspect of their boutique, furniture, antiques and gift store. You’ll immediately feel comfortable when greeted by Dorene, or chatting with a booth vendor about how best to apply chalk paint or find that perfect end table for your home.

The Ziegler’s acquired Vintage 615 in October, 2016. Margaret was one of the original vendors, working alongside the orignal owner, and when the opportunity to take over the business and add her creative and personal touch presented itself, all the pieces just fell into place for the husband and wife team, their two teenagers and PawPaw.

Voted Spring Hill’s “Best Local Merchant” for the past two years in the Williamson County Sizzle Awards, the shop is filled with unique and creative items to match a variety of styles and tastes. The boutique carries a trendy selection of clothing in small to plus sizes along with shoes, jewelry and accessories across a variety of popular brands. In addition to home décor and gift items, you’ll also find Goat Milk soaps and lotions, and the full-line of Swan Creek candles and Southern Honey Chalked Finish paint. Vintage 615 is also an exclusive dealer for Simply Southern, and offers monogram services to personalize your special gift.

In addition to the boutique, the shop features more than 25 vendor booths brimming with everything from hand painted furniture to accessories for the home, vintage finds and seasonal items. Each booth is as unique and varied as the vendors themselves — offering a broad range of furniture for every room in the home, antiques and collectibles, home decor, jewelry, artwork, florals, sweet and savory party food mixes, and even handmade accessories for your pet. The vendors, or “Tribe” as they call themselves, take personal pride in helping customers find just what they are looking for, and continually refresh and add new items to their booths throughout the week.

The store’s location makes it a popular destination for both locals and out-of-town visitors. Located at 5075 Main Street, the Commons of Spring Hill is also home to Early’s Honey, the oldest mail order house in the South, a consignment shop, Cigar Station and the widely popular Delta Bound eatery.

Vintage 615 is also known for it’s special events and holiday celebrations. Santa and the Easter Bunny are very popular with families, as are the themed Sip and Shop parties and seasonal Open Houses. These events not only showcase Vintage 615 offerings, they typically feature several new businesses to Spring Hill or a local charity. Giving back is important to the Vintage 615 “Tribe” and brings it all full-circle — empowering and supporting others just as the community has supported Vintage 615.

by Kelly Harville