What’s behind ‘Door Number Two’?

Colville Street in Walla Walla is home to some very cool places. It is probably my favorite street in Downtown Walla Walla! When heading towards Alder from Main st – on the right you see a shop, one of the newest editions to Colville St is Door Number Two. I have had the opportunity to swing by Door Number Two and YIPPEEEE!!! – it is awesome! I love to see some retro vintage style making it’s way into Walla Walla. Their stuff is affordable, there is a great variety, and the styles are hip! The space itself was remodeled by the proprietors and they did a wonderful job! Before you even go inside you are welcomed by vintage bicycles out on the sidewalk, then you cruise in and the feel of the place makes you want to dive in… The walls are dimensional wood paneling, with metal accents, metal piping for rods to hold the clothes hangers, and a table in the middle of the room for vintage accessories- suitcases, purses, old hair dryers in their cases… If you haven’t been, I highly recommend it! Jessica and her husband are fine people and deserve a warm Walla Walla Welcome! They take donations (I think) if you are getting ride of stuff, bring it to them!

This is what they have to say for themselves:

“We are hoping our little corner of Coleville St. will immediately spring to mind when someone is looking for that unique piece, at a very attractive price. Some of the items we will be offering include mens / womens clothing and accessories, both newer, and truly vintage (think funky, and fun. … :) furnishings (for a lot less$$ than one may think) vintage bicycles, tricycles, pedal cars/tractors (Adam has a thing for neat old rusty stuff) truly one off hair accessories (Jessica is on fire, handmaking these goodies) and everything in between. Our shop will be one of continual change to keep things fresh and most of all, fun………….”

Door Number Two
32 S. Colville St., Walla Walla, WA 99362
509-956-9203

Mon: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wed – Thurs: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm

So, if you haven’t taken a stroll down Colville Street in a while – be ready to stop at a few of the awesome shops and eateries on the way to Door Number Two.


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2 Responses to What’s behind ‘Door Number Two’?

  1. Shannon Smith says:

    I am so thrilled for you two!!! Wish you would have done this in Cali so we could still be neighbors!!! Love and miss you two, (and the puppies)! Hope to visit you soon!
    Shannon

  2. Melanie Leathers says:

    Wow! Nice pictures and smartly designed space! Congratulations, Jessica and Adam! I need to come by again when I’m not with my family so I can take a closer look.

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