Gloria is inspired by the 60’s mod and sleek look, she admits she loves it all. Her very first purchase was an antique bedframe when she was 18 years old and she still has it featured in her guest room today.
Her space will feature fun primitives to 60’s mod, all coming straight from her workshop. Never to have been seen anywhere. She did share she will have some cool “parts” that will inspire you to create your own unique cottage table or accent piece for your home.
“I just didn’t want to be the same as everyone else”, Gloria shares, “The new homes today really showcase the clean, fluid lines and original woods of the 1960’s furniture.” The cool 60’s mod colors, turquoise, orange, clear blue all work today. Good furniture, well designed, can add to any room or space.
Gloria’s pieces can be found with vendor tag #228.
Tracy was introduced to the antique world by her mother, Diane Sigler, herself an original dealer at the Roxy. Tracy started by helping her with antique shows, and one of the first shows they did together was the Tri-City Antique Show at the Fairgrounds in Kennewick. This original show would be later purchased by Ann Steiger and Tracy Pennington, and eventually moved and expanded at the Southridge Carousel of Dreams. Tracy lives in Ellensburg, and has been a mall vendor for 25 years. She officially moved into The Roxy in 2014. Tracy brings in a little bit of everything – “There is something for everyone in my space!” says Tracy. From primitives to industrial, from nice glass to kitchen, and from car parts to holiday decor.
Tracy’s pieces can be found with vendor tag #21.
Elizabeth has a home workshop where she touches up many of her pieces of furniture and vintage finds. Her space is rife with bright colors and beautifully weathered cottage-chic cabinets, doors, and other pieces with light patinas. If beautiful patterns and ornate dishes speak to you you’ll be delighted to find beautiful vintage linens and pristine transferware throughout Elizabeth’s booth. Visit Elizabeth’s Etsy for inspired linens and small vintage finds.
Elizabeth’s pieces can be found with vendor tag #115.
Ann is the matriarch and spirit-keeper of the Roxy Theater Antiques and Gifts – the shop — and the old Roxy Theater building. Ann, along with Tracy Pennington and Steiger Productions, was the promoter that rung in the antique show and vintage market season in Washington State with the Tri-Cities Antique Show With a Twist of Vintage! held annually in March.
Her eye for whimsical and new and unusual gifts kept the store bubbling with “fun.” At first glance you may have concluded that Ann is a tad on the eclectic side – Ann’s space in the Roxy is an odd, yet coherent stream of the fun, the weird, the wonderful spectrum of “antique” and “vintage” elements. Ann’s curated selections will remain for-sale while inventory remains available.
The California fair industry spoke to Ann while she was a member of her home town 4-H club. Upon graduation from college, she launched a 30 year professional career in state fair management. She opened the Roxy Theater Antiques and Gifts in the old Roxy Theater building in 2002.
We will always remember Ann’s infectious laughter, determination to succeed, and her dedicated support towards entrepreneurship in others.