Distinctive Kitchenware & Home Accessories

Important Announcement:

To Our Store Community,

As all our thoughts are on the COVID-19 situation, we wanted to share an update on how The Store is responding. The safety and health of our community, including our loyal customers and dedicated staff, is always of the utmost importance to us.

In an effort to protect our community, we have decided to close. The Store will not reopen until at least the end of April and because the situation is complex and evolving rapidly, our plans may change. And if they do, we’ll let you know.  Please check our website and Facebook page for updates. www.vermontstore.com or www.kitchenatthestore.com

When The Store reopens we will start our Business Closing Sale.  Something to look forward to.

While we’ll miss seeing you in The Store we want all to stay safe and healthy.

Take care of each other and we’ll see you soon!

 

The Store is a wonderful mix of distinctive kitchenware, gourmet gifts and decorative accessories. The old 1834 Methodist Meeting House is filled with every gadget and pot or pan a cook or chef could need, displayed along with imported pottery, cookbooks, linens, gourmet and Vermont foods, bath items, and much more – all exquisitely displayed upon antiques and over oriental rugs.

Upstairs at The Store, you’ll find an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century English and American country antiques. The best kept secret at The Store is down the hallway in the back. There you will find a beautiful kitchen where cooking classes are held. The on-premise Chef is available to answer all your questions about food or gadgets and he teaches amazing classes.

For over 55 years, The Store has served the Mad River Valley and its many visitors from around the globe. The knowledgeable and warm service that greets customers at The Store is what sets it apart. The Store always offers free coffee, tea and gift wrapping.

See Inside & Product Demos

YouTube
Watch our TV Ad and Product Videos»

Have you seen the valley?

Visit the Mad River Valley »