BALDWINSVILLE — After a year at O’Reilly’s Plaza in the village of Baldwinsville, home decor boutique Orange and Olive is moving into a new home.
Fear not, O&O fans: the new location is right across the parking lot next to Village Ace Hardware. The space was previously occupied by the B’ville Smoke Shop.
Owners Nichole and Chris Pistello explained the move in a video on the Orange and Olive Facebook page. O&O opened its doors in its new premises on March 1st.
“It’s much bigger than our current space. We’re going to have a tremendous amount of exhibit space,” said Nichole Pistello, adding that the previous showcase was approximately 300 square feet.
Chris Pistello said the new location easily doubles the retail and workshop space. There is ample space indoors and outdoors for classes and other events.
In addition to the Pistellos’ own creations – repurposed furniture, handmade decor items and jewelry – Orange and Olive sells products from local artisans such as Clean Slate Farm, The Savvy She Shed and Honeybee Designs.
“The concept of the store is that the community does great things and you don’t have to go to a big box store to find great things,” said Chris Pistello. “It’s very unique, one-of-a-kind things and that’s what draws people in.”
The Pistellos named their business after their five-time great-grandparents and operated from their home for several years before moving to O’Reilly’s Plaza in March 2021.
Orange and Olive’s new storefront is located at 39 ½ E. Genesee St. in Baldwinsville. To learn more, visit orange-and-olive.com or facebook.com/OrangeAndOliveDesigns/.