New antique shop in Attica used incentives from the city and county to open, and offers vintage decor

Bob and Jackie Bary decided offerings in their vintage décor shop should include some rusted items.

The idea is to let homeowners create a unique style through a combination of clearly antique pieces that are otherwise still in good shape with more traditional furnishings in a room.

Embracing the concept, they named their new shop – itself constructed from recycled barn wood and rusty corrugated metal – Upper Rust Décor & More.

The business at 241 N. Main features both refurbished and original antique furniture – from tables and dressers to benches and baskets – as well as new and vintage decorating items. The Barys, who were able to start the business with incentives from the City of Attica and matching funds from a Harper County Community Development Grant, intend to keep prices low enough to move inventory so customers will continue to shop and see new items.

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