Painted Tree Marketplace delays grand opening in Champions Village Shopping Center

Shoppers will be able to peruse gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, soaps, candles and more at the new location. (Courtesy Painted Tree Marketplace)
Shoppers will be able to peruse gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, soaps, candles and more at the new location. (Courtesy Painted Tree Marketplace)

Shoppers will be able to peruse gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, soaps, candles and more at the new location. (Courtesy Painted Tree Marketplace)

Editor's note: This article has been updated as the projected opening date of Jan. 14 for Painted Tree Marketplace has been delayed.

Painted Tree Marketplace plans to open a new location at 5407 FM 1960 W., Houston.


According to its website, Painted Tree Marketplace offers a unique shopping experience: Each marketplace showcases hundreds of local shop owners, boutiques, decorators, artisans and craftspeople under one roof while also offering a variety of workshops. At the new location in the Champions Village Shopping Center, shoppers will be able to peruse gifts, home decor, clothing, accessories, soaps and candles, among other items.

Originally anticipated to open Jan. 14, the store's grand opening has since been delayed and a new projected opening date had not been announced as of press time Jan. 15. 844-762-3342. www.paintedtreemarketplace.com

By Hannah Zedaker

Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood editions in June 2021. Hannah covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Hannah served as associate editor of The Houstonian, interned with Community Impact Newspaper and spent time writing for the Sam Houston State University College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication and The Huntsville Item.