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Graham Central Station opens in Aberdeen

New business Graham Central Station opened its doors at 1940 Beaver Dam Rd. in Aberdeen to the public Saturday the 24th. The store sells unique repurposed furniture, handmade Butler County High School and college sports memorabilia, antiques, vintage and retro collectibles, dishware, jewelry and custom light fixtures. The business opens from 9AM-5PM Tuesday through Saturday.

Graham Central Station's owners, Jeff and Shelia Graham
“Our main focus is to be different, to take something ordinary and give it a new look,” stated co-owner of the business Jeff Graham. Graham enjoys taking salvaged materials such as barn wood to make alterations and improvements to antiques and light fixtures. “We want to offer something with a unique look, something you can’t find at any ordinary antique store… A lot of my ideas were inspired from working with designers in Nashville. I just want to bring it to Morgantown.”

“Something I also plan to incorporate is indoor lighting like chandeliers. I want to add different elements to make unique lights but I also want to offer something for whole family. We want to have toys here and I have a ton of tools I want to filter in. As I get more items, I want to make sure there is something for everyone here.”

“We custom design one treasure at a time,” stated co-owner Shelia Graham.

For more information, feel free to contact the shop during store hours at phone (615) 618-4588.

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