Re:Vive brings old furniture new life


Gerri Fitzpatrick, left, to right, had a table catch her eye in the store Re:Vive while she was shopping with Linda Smith Tuesday, April 11. Co-owner of Re:Vive Deanna Stienecker, of Anna, answered questions Fitzpatrick had about the refurbished table. Re:Vive Home Decor & More opened in September of last year at 2340 West Michigan St. in-between Hong Kong Buffet and Shoe Sensations. Re:Vive has a focus on refurbished furniture but sells many more items including art, home decor and pottery. Florist Lisa Spurgeon also has a space in back of the store. Stienecker also co-owns the store Re:Fresh located at 1709 Wapakoneta Ave. with her husband Rex Stienecker which sells the same kinds of items as Re:Vive. They have owned Re:Fresh for 3 years. Stienecker said part of the motivation for opening the much larger Re:Vive store was that people kept telling them that they needed more space. Stienecker says her stores are faith based and she will pray, or just talk with, anyone who needs to. Stienecker believes in helping customers find items that will work for them but still have a style that fits that person’s personality. Stienecker can also redo a piece if a customer wants a different color or look. Business has been strong at the new location and Stienecker already wishes she had more room.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gerri Fitzpatrick, left, to right, had a table catch her eye in the store Re:Vive while she was shopping with Linda Smith Tuesday, April 11. Co-owner of Re:Vive Deanna Stienecker, of Anna, answered questions Fitzpatrick had about the refurbished table. Re:Vive Home Decor & More opened in September of last year at 2340 West Michigan St. in-between Hong Kong Buffet and Shoe Sensations. Re:Vive has a focus on refurbished furniture but sells many more items including art, home decor and pottery. Florist Lisa Spurgeon also has a space in back of the store. Stienecker also co-owns the store Re:Fresh located at 1709 Wapakoneta Ave. with her husband Rex Stienecker which sells the same kinds of items as Re:Vive. They have owned Re:Fresh for 3 years. Stienecker said part of the motivation for opening the much larger Re:Vive store was that people kept telling them that they needed more space. Stienecker says her stores are faith based and she will pray, or just talk with, anyone who needs to. Stienecker believes in helping customers find items that will work for them but still have a style that fits that person’s personality. Stienecker can also redo a piece if a customer wants a different color or look. Business has been strong at the new location and Stienecker already wishes she had more room.

Gerri Fitzpatrick, left, to right, had a table catch her eye in the store Re:Vive while she was shopping with Linda Smith Tuesday, April 11. Co-owner of Re:Vive Deanna Stienecker, of Anna, answered questions Fitzpatrick had about the refurbished table. Re:Vive Home Decor & More opened in September of last year at 2340 West Michigan St. in-between Hong Kong Buffet and Shoe Sensations. Re:Vive has a focus on refurbished furniture but sells many more items including art, home decor and pottery. Florist Lisa Spurgeon also has a space in back of the store. Stienecker also co-owns the store Re:Fresh located at 1709 Wapakoneta Ave. with her husband Rex Stienecker which sells the same kinds of items as Re:Vive. They have owned Re:Fresh for 3 years. Stienecker said part of the motivation for opening the much larger Re:Vive store was that people kept telling them that they needed more space. Stienecker says her stores are faith based and she will pray, or just talk with, anyone who needs to. Stienecker believes in helping customers find items that will work for them but still have a style that fits that person’s personality. Stienecker can also redo a piece if a customer wants a different color or look. Business has been strong at the new location and Stienecker already wishes she had more room.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN041317ReVive.jpgGerri Fitzpatrick, left, to right, had a table catch her eye in the store Re:Vive while she was shopping with Linda Smith Tuesday, April 11. Co-owner of Re:Vive Deanna Stienecker, of Anna, answered questions Fitzpatrick had about the refurbished table. Re:Vive Home Decor & More opened in September of last year at 2340 West Michigan St. in-between Hong Kong Buffet and Shoe Sensations. Re:Vive has a focus on refurbished furniture but sells many more items including art, home decor and pottery. Florist Lisa Spurgeon also has a space in back of the store. Stienecker also co-owns the store Re:Fresh located at 1709 Wapakoneta Ave. with her husband Rex Stienecker which sells the same kinds of items as Re:Vive. They have owned Re:Fresh for 3 years. Stienecker said part of the motivation for opening the much larger Re:Vive store was that people kept telling them that they needed more space. Stienecker says her stores are faith based and she will pray, or just talk with, anyone who needs to. Stienecker believes in helping customers find items that will work for them but still have a style that fits that person’s personality. Stienecker can also redo a piece if a customer wants a different color or look. Business has been strong at the new location and Stienecker already wishes she had more room. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News