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A giant Etsy shop meets an episode of Fixer Upper. That’s what you can expect from Twigg & Co. — the new artisan market that’s set to open on U.S. 1 in Aberdeen in the early fall.

We stole this photo from the Twigg & Co. Facebook page, but here’s what you can expect the space to look like from the outside.

From what we’ve gathered, Twigg & Co. will be like an Etsy shop on steroids, with local vendors selling everything from homemade soaps to handmade furniture. A craft beer bar will enable you to drink while you browse — much more fun than hunting for discounted frozen vegetables after a stop at Lowe’s Foods’ Beer Den. 

Twigg & Co. will be located in the random building on U.S. 1 that just says “Antiques” in giant white letters (AKA, the former home of Town and Country Antiques). The building also housed a Chevrolet dealership in the 1920s and the Sandhills Citizen-Times newspaper in the late 80s and early 90s.

Twigg & Co. owner Molly Twigg has some work to do on the space, but she’s working to get Twigg & Co. up and running as soon as possible.

Not much has happened in the space in the past few years, but boss lady Molly Twigg is changing things up a bit in the building by restoring its unique 1920s architecture. She’s also adding a side entrance so you don’t have to risk your life turning across U.S. 1.

According to Molly, she was sold on the building after discovering the wooden bow trusses hidden under the drop ceilings.

Molly owned a similar artist market in Georgia, but sold it after her husband was relocated to the Sandhills from Fort Benning. A military spouse, she started out as a vendor herself repurposing old pianos. Then as Molly puts it — “it all just spiraled out of control … in the best way.”

Twigg & Co. will be similar to Molly’s former marketplace store, Bluebelle Home and Decor (pictured above) in Columbus, Georgia.

Molly put out a call for vendors in January and was greeted with an overwhelming response of people wanting to rent booths at Twigg & Co. Molly plans to jury products from her selected vendors to ensure that no two are selling the same thing.

For more information on how to become a vendor at Twigg & Co., or to keep up with the store’s progress, check them out on Facebook.

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