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Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana

There are certain kinds of small businesses I discover during my Indiana travel adventures that can appeal to almost everyone–and that would be the type of category that fits Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana. 

Gorgeous yet without being stuffy or uncomfortable, it is positively perfect in every way.

Furniture and Home Decor in Huntingburg

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana Exterior
Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana Exterior

From the pops of color from the flowers to the vintage wood door propped up and used as a chalkboard sign to the pretty architectural flourishes, it is impossible not to get excited about going into Greentree. When you see an arrangement like that, you know that someone has got fantastic decorating skills so the inside will only get better.

When you walk into this corner shop, you will enter the women’s clothing, accessories, and jewelry section of the store. There’s a very nice assortment.

The jewelry is beautiful and so varied. I love the way they have it organized. A large frame surrounding a large number of delightful dangling earrings is eye-candy of the best kind. This is only the beginning.

Local, regional, and international artists have handcrafted the earrings, bracelets, and necklaces you see before you. Keep moving along and you start to get into loads of home decor.

Who knew this shop would be so incredibly spacious? Room after room holds a matching selection of items to tempt any browser.

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana 

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana Jewelry by Local Artists
Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana Jewelry by Local Artists

Passing through the rooms, there’s a lot of fun and funky items for the home. If you love those wood signs, you can’t be this selection. Need clocks? Wow, do they ever have them. There’s no end to the items that would make a great gift or help you with that much-needed update.

But it’s not all new items in this Dubois County shop. Oh, no! There’s a whole different sort of side to Greentree, one that is devoted to all things antique and furniture.

Can I say that this is my favorite part of Greentree? The clothing, and home decor, and everything else are just marvelous–but it’s the vintage things that find me reaching for my wallet the most. I don’t think I’m to blame. Who can resist this kind of setting? I can’t. I just can’t. I like the hunt. I like wondering if I will find something I absolutely can’t live without. I enjoy wondering who else once owned what I now possess. Even my wedding ring is a vintage find–and contains both the initials and the date of the previous owner: “C.H. to M. A. April 19, 1930.”

Mismatched light fixtures for sale hang from the ceiling. Shelves might hold books or toys or vintage home decor. Rugs can be found here, too.

Go There

Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana
Greentree in Huntingburg, Indiana

Let your home truly be a reflection of you. Don’t settle for anything that you don’t love. At Greentree in Huntingburg, I’m pretty sure you will love it all. Stand out. Be different. Be YOU. This shop has a way with home decor. Have you ever seen a shop so well organized for all of the different kinds of content it contains? Now that’s incredible and well worth a place on your Indiana towns to travel list.

This is the link to the unofficial Greentree in Huntingburg Facebook Page. I do not see an “official” page and sometimes it can help in case the business has closed or changed hours–fans sometimes post that info and it could help in a pinch! Use at your own risk.

Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.

Greentree
330 E 4th Street
Huntingburg, Indiana 47542
812.683.2000

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a PBS segment on the state-wide program "The Weekly Special," a bi-weekly column in a local newspaper, and a book. Look for "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" published by Indiana University Press in April 2016--just in time for Indiana's BIG 200th Birthday Celebration.

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  1. Ohhh you make this place sound SO fabulous! I wanna go there haha

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