Salvaged is the latest shop to open at Northville Square downtown.
The store, in suite 200 at 133 West Main St., features vintage and refurbished furniture, accent pieces and home decor.
"All of these are things that we've dragged from far and beyond," said owner Carol Peretto, of Milford.
She opened the store about a couple of weeks ago with her sister, Debbie Pennington, and another pair of sisters -- Alana Columbo and Wendy Opperman.
"We love making things into something it's not originally meant for," she said.
The sisters met when they used to sell items at the nearby store Rummage & Relics. Peretto said they always talked about opening their own business. Now, for Salvaged, they hunt together at places like flea markets and garage sales to add to the store's collection.
"We like everything from French country to shabby chic to funky," she said.
If customers don't find what they're looking for in the store, Peretto said they will add it to their wish list and keep an eye out while they're shopping.
The store also carries gift items, like cards and purses by Papaya, and chalk-based paint, which requires no prep work, by American Paint Company. Peretto said they will soon offer classes on how to use the chalk-based paint and will paint pieces for their customers.
Salvaged is open seven days a week: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. Follow the store's updates on its Facebook page.
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