Two New Stores, YuMe And Future Ancestor, Add To Cherokee Street's Eclectic Retail Lineup
Adding to Cherokee Street’s eclectic mix of retail offerings, two new stores popped up that fit right into the neighborhood’s creative atmosphere: YuMe and Future Ancestor.
Proprietors Ian Quattrocchi and Angelina Fasano opened up their highly anticipated boutique, YuMe, just a few weeks ago, offering up a curated mix of vintage from Tokyo as well as handmade crochet/knitted goods handcrafted by Frasano. The pair have quickly built a following for their unbeatable selection of unique items and are also offering knitting and crochet classes on a weekly basis. For hours and information, visit YuMe on the web. 3408 Ohio Ave.
Husband and wife duo, Brian and Julie Leenig, offer a fresh selection of vintage and handmade home décor goods at their new Cherokee Street stop, Future Ancestor. Passionate about thoughtful curation, the pair ensure their shop is a hot spot for interior designers, collectors and home décor buffs, pleasing even the pickiest of buyers with their sophisticated selection of home décor. 2617 Cherokee Street.