The October MBA Business of the month is Northwest Window Fashions / Northwest Repurpose located in Historic Downtown Martin at 228 S Lindell St.
This business is locally owned and operated by Jay Burgart. Jay and his wife Dr. Jennifer Burgart have lived in Martin since 2015 and and are supporters of Weakley County Habitat for Humanity.
The Northwest Window Fashions portion of the business is Northwest Tennessee’s premiere Hunter Douglas window covering dealer. They take pride in offering Hunter Douglas products which are the industry’s leader in American-crafted and made-to-order wood blinds and shutters, honeycomb shades, solar screens, and motorized window treatments. The Northwest Repurpose portion of the business is set to be a major destination for DIYers, consignors, and home décor enthusiasts. As well as having an extensive Hunter Douglas showcase, the new downtown store “Northwest Repurpose” offers hand-painted vintage furniture which has been transformed by owners Jay and Jennifer. Customers can choose from custom furniture in unique colors and finishes, alongside the acclaimed Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan, and all the tools to DIY.
Northwest Repurpose offers a wide selection of Chalk Paint® which is easy to use, very low VOC, dries fast, goes on almost any surface, and comes in 32+ great colors that can be mixed to any shade. Jay and Jennifer are also working with UTM Fine Arts faculty to host a steadily revolving gallery of student and local artwork in their downtown business, Northwest Repurpose. Whether you’re looking for a special item for the home, or want to get your creativity flowing, Northwest Repurpose promises something new and different. Welcome to the Martin Business Association!
Contact them today at (731) 281-7101.