Despite growing up in the same area of town and missing each other by only about two degrees of separation, Breane and Mark Walter didn't meet until they both moved into lofts in an old buggy-making factory.

Despite growing up in the same area of town and missing each other by only about two degrees of separation, Breane and Mark Walter didn't meet until they both moved into lofts in an old buggy-making factory.

The two eventually married and moved into Breane's space while renting out Mark's "pretty sparse bachelor pad."

Decorating the industrial, one-floor loft meant balancing masculine and feminine touches and making every space function to the best of its ability.

Selecting furniture was relatively simple for Breane. Her family has been in the business of home accoutrements for more than 100 years. "It's in our blood," she said.

It's fitting, then, that Breane opened Trove Warehouse alongside her sister, Lauren Barker, and her mom, Cindy Barker, earlier this month. The spacious shop off Kenny Road sells a range of modern and value-priced furniture and decor accessories.

Almost all of the furniture in the Walters' home is part of Trove's inventory, as "this space has kind of been my canvas to try things," Breane said.

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