Goodbye Vintage Home Collective, welcome Gin’Gilli’s
Elisa Burroughs and Linda Elgin, the mother and daughter owners of Vintage Home Collective, have packed up and moved toward the center of town with a new name Gin’Gilli’s.
Where did the name Gin’Gilli’s come from?
“Gin’gilli is an Italian word I grew up with,” said Burroughs. “It is a catch all term for stuff, a little bit of this and a little bit of that, which is what we have to offer. My mom’s parents were both Italian, and her whole family used the gin’gilli.”
Gin’Gilli’s is the only antique shop in town and plans to incorporate all of the vendors from Vintage Home Collective into the new store.
The new location is 21079 Geyserville Ave., Suite E.
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