Better Bling Studio adds 350 square feet to Stafford showroom

Better Bling Studio signed a lease expanding its Stafford location to 1,100 square feet beginning Oct. 1 (Courtesy Better Bling Studio)
Better Bling Studio signed a lease expanding its Stafford location to 1,100 square feet beginning Oct. 1 (Courtesy Better Bling Studio)

Better Bling Studio signed a lease expanding its Stafford location to 1,100 square feet beginning Oct. 1 (Courtesy Better Bling Studio)

Better Bling Studio signed a lease through 2023 expanding its establishment by 350 square feet—bringing it to 1,100 square feet beginning Oct. 1.

Owned by gemologist Britt Caffarena and master goldsmith Omar Quiñonez, Better Bling Studio was established in 2017 and now occupies the entire second floor of its building, located at 2811 N. Main St., Stafford.


Better Bling Studio offers repairs, redesigns and appraisals as well as bridal and gemstone jewelry and watch repair. Additionally, the business recently expanded in-house services to include ring engraving and private bookings.

In the future, the duo said they would like to host jewelry trunk shows, inviting guest artists such as photographers, painters and potters. 281-969-5912. www.betterbling.com

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