by Maggie Tidaback, Economic Development Project Manager, Town of Chino Valley
We consider ourselves the Quad Cities’ No. 1 destination for boutique and antique shopping.
You may be surprised, but certainly fascinated, by all we have to offer. For instance:
1. Rank Horse Co. 1
Owner Morgan Reid combines her love of western grunge, cowgirl vintage, and desert vibes here.
150 S. State Route 89
2. The Watering Can
Specializes in vintage wedding decor for rent as well as creating custom florals.
323 Butterfield Rd.
3. Country Treasures
One could spend hours discovering that perfect gift in this shop.
827 W. Rd. 3 N.
This one-stop-shop carries all your basic sewing needs, along with apparel, quilting and craft fabrics. Alterations and basic sewing lessons are available.
1120 S. State Route 89
5. Old Soul Floral
Offers fresh flowers, plants, and gifts. Owner Sara Canfield specializes in a European/American design style. Beyond decorating for small events, she offers a DIY Brides service. 1174 S. State Route 89
6. The Pea Vine
Explore hand-crafted gifts, art and more made by more than 90 local artists!
400 W. Butterfield Rd.
7. Wild Sage Antique and Boutique
So much offered here including antiques, collectibles, vintage Western wear jewelry, purses, home décor and new and
48 N. State Route 89
8. Barn Sour Rustics
Indulge in western flair galore in furniture, gifts and décor.
743A E. Rd. 2 N.
9. Rips Antiques
Here’s where you’ll find the jewel of the Nile and lots of other lost and buried treasures.
3977 N. State Route 89
10. Mary’s Cozy Home Furnishings
Wander around in more than 6,000 square feet showcasing gently used and new furniture.
1299 N. State Route 89
11. Chino Valley Jewelers
Specializing in vintage jewelry sales, custom design and repair, Chino Valley’s original hometown jeweler since 1996 will make your eyes shine.
335 Butterfield Rd.
12. County Road Books
At Hometown Book Store, Country Roads Books and more, you’ll find used and new books in such categories as children’s, religion, history and more. We trade books, too.
318 W. Perkinsville Rd.