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Popular Clintonville antique store reopens under new leadership

Popular Clintonville antique store reopens under new leadership

Sarah Sole

Eclectiques Antique Mall is getting a makeover. 

The long-time staple at 3265 N. High St. is celebrating a grand reopening April 29 through May 1 under new leadership. 

Granville residents Abbey and Coleman Simeral now co-own the shop, having purchased it from Regis Hudock, who died last fall. The space has been closed for renovations and will feature an expanded collection of goods. 


While Abbey Simeral had been a vendor with Eclectiques for four years selling mainly mid-century modern furnishings and vintage homewares, she’s been around the antique business her whole life. Her family owns Heart of Ohio Antique Center in Springfield. 

“My dad was one of the forefront antique guys in the industry,” Abbey Simeral said. “He had just passed in June, and with Regis passing in the fall, my husband and I felt inclined to take this new venture on.” 

The new shop will feature a mix of antiques and vintage furnishings, art, and homewares. Styles will include mid-century modern, retro, industrial, rustic, folk art, and Americana. The space will also feature a rotating display of local artists and makers. Abbey Simeral will also continue to sell her goods on the lower level of the store once the space opens. 

During the opening weekend, local artists will sell their work in pop-up exhibits on the store’s lower level. Eclectiques will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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