There is a new boutique in town.
And it is hard to miss.
The HoneyComb Salon and Boutique opened the doors of its pastel green brick storefront on 116 North Allen Street almost a month ago, and owner operator Stephanie Spires says her combination boutique and hair salon is thriving.
HoneyComb has been open for month, she said, and Spires’ entry into the business-owning life is everything she had hoped it would be.
The brick storefront has been home to a screen-printing shop, a pawn shop, a dress shop and a florist is now in its most stylish iteration.
Besides hair styling – Spires has two styling stations and a dryer couch, she styles men’s’ hair as well as women’s. HoneyComb also offers pedicures, interior decorating, Christmas tree decorating and custom furniture creation and restoration.
Spires is not shy when asked what the biggest challenge of opening her own business was:
“I’m not going to lie, it was Boone County.”
She said she approached the eight-week long building renovation project with a vision in mind, , , For the complete article, see this week’s edition of the Centralia Fireside Guard.