Saving Grace Vintage grew out of my love for my small town, my family and all things vintage. I started by looking for vintage treasures at garage sales, estate sales, you name it. Painting and "restyling" old pieces and bringing life to what might otherwise be forgotten or discarded became my passion!
Saving Grace Vintage was originally located in a cute little cabin in our backyard in Whitley County. We quickly outgrew the little cabin and moved to a space in Emiley's Haute Cottage in Fort Wayne.
In May 2014 we moved Saving Grace Vintage into a beautiful vintage home on West Berry Street in the West Central
neighborhood of downtown Fort Wayne, IN.
Five and a half years later we outgrew both the shop on Berry Street and the Studio space we had added on Fulton Street. We found the perfect combined in the nearby village of Roanoke, IN.
Saving Grace Vintage relocated to downtown Roanoke at 212 N Main Street. Our shop and studio are now all under one roof. We are excited to be able to expand our furniture painting workshop schedule as well as our retail shop hours.