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Lulu’s Fresh New Opening

The furniture and interior design shop finds a new home in southeast Denver



No matter the location, Christy Brant and her daughter, Caitlin Marsh, have a knack for hand-selecting home decor that will catch a shopper’s eye. After residing in Denver’s LoHi for eight years, the decision to relocate Lulu’s Furniture and Interior Design to southeast Denver was an easy one for the pair.

Brant and Marsh packed up their boutique to marry their storefront and professional interior design services as one with their grand opening in Kent Shopping Center on May 10, 2018.

“Caitlin and I both live in the Southeast Denver area, and with the addition of a baby in the family, it just made sense to return home to our neighborhood,” said co-owner Christy Vranesic-Brant. “We loved being in the Olinger building in LoHi, but we are excited to be part of the Kent Place Shopping Center and look forward to seeing old friends as well as welcoming new customers.

The 11-year-old business offers unique decor from hand-picked trinkets to noteworthy furnishings; but, now also provides expert interior design services that’s creatively customized by the co-owner, Caitlin Marsh.

Additionally, each item in the store is strategically selected by the duo to give inspiration for any home with splash of color and a sense of effortlessness with the quirky-chic style. With antique gifts, made-to-order furniture pieces or affordable home redesign, Lulu’s Furniture and Home Design is ready for this next step for their business endeavors.

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