May's Place To Bring Antiques And Vintage To Lindenwood Park

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

On the quaint corner of Ivanhoe and Bradley in Lindenwood Park resides a small storefront that is the new home of May’s Place, a general store concept that is set to house a wide variety of antique, vintage and handmade wares. The shop is set to open up on Oct. 4 as part of the Ivanhoe Block Party that will also boast deals from neighbors, including Killer Vintage Guitars and Vinnie’s Italian Beef & Gyro’s.

Blacksheep Vintage will have a home at the new May's Place. Photo courtesy of @shop_backsheep_ on Instagram.

Blacksheep Vintage will have a home at the new May’s Place. Photo courtesy of @shop_blacksheep_ on Instagram.

May’s Place is the passion project of STL-based pair Andy May, a tattoo artist at Tower Classic Tattoo in The Grove, and Katie Conran, owner of Blacksheep. “We are really passionate about creating a modern take on an old general store,” says Conran. “Everything from the signage to the products available will hopefully offer people a sense of sustainability and family roots.”

May’s Place will focus on offering antiques, women’s vintage clothing and locally made items in addition to records, coffee, soaps and gifts. The soft opening is set for Oct. 4, with a grand opening event to be announced shortly. To follow along until the opening, visit @maysplace_stl on Instagram or email for more information.

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