The Storehouse at Repeat Street - Repeat Street

The Storehouse is a vendor mall next to Repeat Street featuring items from more than 40 merchants. Read about The Storehouse in this Clarion-Ledger feature.

Join the Storehouse at Repeat Street Facebook Group and follow The Storehouse on Instagram at @thestorehouseatrepeatstreet to see the carefully curated inventory and artisan-created items currently available!

The Storehouse is open during Repeat Street’s hours:

Monday-Friday: 10-6
Saturday: 9-5

Phone: 601-519-3468

For more information on vendor space at The Storehouse, contact


  • Rick’s Coins and Collectibles

    Collectible coins, paper money, vintage jewelry, comic books and more.

  • UKTE.

    At UKTE, our mission is to connect small businesses and creatives based in Africa to an international market through partnership. Fair trade and ethical business practices are our core values. We offer our customers products that represent the best of African creativity, craftsmanship and enterprise.

  • PepperStem

    Specializing in pepper jelly for over 7 years, PepperStem offers tried and true favorites: green, red, blueberry, red onion, strawberry jalapeño and habanero.   They also have delicious jams like blackberry, carrot cake, and pineapple coconut.

  • Sam Clark Art

    Sam Clark specializes in creating whimsical creatures–dragons, trolls, robots–out of clay, and his vivid imagination is the motivation behind each unique design.  “If I made 100 creatures, they’re each going to be unique,” he says. “There’s not a pattern or a mold.”

  • Southern Pride

    Southern Pride Apparel Company offers a complete line of t-shirts, tanks and sweatshirts that showcase what it’s like to live in the South.  They also have unique gifts, home decor and jewelry.

  • Wild Hare Antiques

    Vintage and antique items for the home, including glassware, collectibles, and more.

  • Pearson Ceramics

    Local pottery with a Mississippi flair as well as hand-tied fishing flies and hand-knit accessories. The perfect stop for gifts for anyone!

  • Tina’s Loft

    Handcrafted jewelry – Dainty Designs with a Mississippi touch.

  • JRWebb Art

    One-of-a-kind pottery, jewelry, and abstract paintings by well-known Mississippi artist Jonni Webb.

  • Something Old, Something New

    Furniture and home décor featuring antiques, vintage, and more.

  • Afriqulture 4 + U

    A colorful mix of bright textiles, masks, jewelry and purses celebrating African heritage.

  • Hopper Glass Studio

    In addition to stained glass, vintage & antique furniture, and accessories, the Blackberry line of chalk paints is available in this booth.

  • One & Done

    Creative natural wood furniture handcrafted right here in Mississippi, as well as vintage inspired notecards and personalized items.

  • Southern Savvy

    A mix of furniture, glassware, handmade items, and vintage pieces.

  • Annie Fraley

    One of a kind mixed metal estate/vintage jewelry, eclectic vintage and antique accessories, and artisan items with a trendy flair.

  • Fleur de Lis Specialties

    Mississippi food products, unique serving pieces, seasonal items, clothing and toys for kids.

  • Classic Pages

    Antiques, vintage goods, books, papers, maps, and ephemera delights.

  • The Elephant’s Trunk

    An adorable collection of infant and toddler apparel, accessories and toys.

  • Lucy Ruth’s Attic

    A carefully curated collection of painted furniture and home décor. Lucy Ruth’s attic is ever-changing and always has the perfect piece to complement your home.

  • Little Twisted Kitchen

    Fresh baked breads, cookies, and pralines from a chef with a New Orleans heritage.

  • The Funky Bird

    Jewelry and farm style inspirational signs.

  • White Barn Designs

    Hand painted in a Mississippi barn studio, these original block canvas artworks will complement any home or office.

  • Project H.O.P.E. – MadCAAP

    Handcrafted jewelry using new and recycled components. This jewelry is created by impoverished women in Madison County to help fund specific educational goals, as part of Madison County Allied Against Poverty (MadCAAP).