Cambridge Square Announces Local Furniture Boutique

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Ooltewah resident, realtor and entrepreneur Brenda Hurley will open a furniture boutique at Cambridge Square (Cambridge) later this summer. Construction of the space is now underway. The boutique, which is called Farm Charm, will be located on the development’s public square. Cambridge Square is a residential, retail and commercial community located off I-75’s exit 11.

“We are excited that Ms. Hurley has decided to open a boutique furniture location at Cambridge Square,” said Jim Cheney, marketing director.
“We are enthusiastic about expanding the development’s retail offering and we’re sure that the community will enjoy the décor and furniture lines Ms. Hurley will bring to the Ooltewah market.” 

Farm Charm specializes in locally made, original designs of urban farmhouse furniture and will carry brands such as Joseph Payne, Seasonal Gift Collections, Farmhouse Home Décor by Collins, Craft House, Forty West, Audrey’s, Bright Ideas, Primitives By Kathy and many more. Styles and offerings include original seasonal designs, urban farmhouse, gifts and fashion collections.

“Farm Charm is the place if you are looking for an affordable boutique with a down-home feel,” said owner Ms. Hurley. “Our product lines are sure to make you smile, and the experience will be quite different than that of a typical department store.  I am excited to share this charming boutique with the Chattanooga area.”

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