MAP: Visit these 36 locally owned businesses in Magnolia

Magnolia offers a spread of locally owned businesses, including Mercy House Global on FM 1488.

Magnolia offers a spread of locally owned businesses, including Mercy House Global on FM 1488.


Antiques


1. Design Tiques
32715 FM 2978
832-479-8003
www.designtiques.net

2. The Golden Peacock
38001 FM 1774
713-569-4961

3. The LampPost Boulevard
27619 Decker Prairie Rosehill Road
713-882-2395
www.facebook.com/thelamppostboulevard

Clothes/shoes/beauty


4. The Cactus Flower Boutique
5131 FM 1488
281-259-8888
www.facebook.com/cactusflowerboutique Daphney’s Boutique

5. Daphney’s Boutique
119 FM 1774
281-789-7587
www.facebook.com/daphneysboutique

6. Hometown Junction
18434 Buddy Riley Blvd.
281-259-7437
www.facebook.com/buddyrileyblvd
Opened 2017

7. Outback Western Wear
30405 Dobbin Hufsmith Road
281-259-9378
www.outbackww.com

8. Rhinestone Leopard Boutique
6402 FM 1488, Ste. 1
936-231-8375
www.facebook.com/rhinestoneleopardboutique

9. Six Shooter Junction
17645 FM 1488
281-259-7134

10. The Tack Exchange
7211 FM 1488
www.facebook.com/thetackexchange.net

11. Trinity Fine Jewelry
7988 FM 1488
281-259-1231
www.trinityfinejewelry.com

Food/beverage


12. Ainsworth Meats
32599 FM 2978
281-252-0002
www.ainsworthmeats.com

13. Bavarian Cakery and Chocolate Encore
19010 FM 1488
281-259-7384
www.facebook.com/bavariancakerymagnolia
Opened 2017

14. The British Depot
32907 Tamina Road
281-771-9977
www.thebritishdepot.com
Opened 2017

15. Nutrition Central
6519 FM 1488, Ste. 517
281-259-4443
www.facebook.com/nutritioncentralmagnolia

16. Toffee Cellar
32907 Tamina Road, Ste. C
480-290-5772
www.toffeecellar.com

Hobbies


17. Absolute Zero Ordnance
38900 FM 1774, Ste. B
346-703-0118
www.azocustoms.com

18. Arbor Music
33311 Bear Branch Lane
281-259-5585
www.arbormusic.com

19. Bear Arms of Texas
829 FM 1774, Ste. B
346-703-0192
www.beararmstx.com

20. The Clock Shop
6315 FM 1488
281-259-8338
www.theclockshoponline.com

21. Magnolia Hunting Supply
25434 Hardin Store Road
281-766-1045

22. Paint & Bubbles Studio
31311 FM 2978, Ste.107
346-703-2141
www.paintandbubbles.com

Home/garden/gifts


23. Anthology Lighting
32411 FM 2978, Ste. A
281-298-5200
www.anthologylighting.com

24. Antique Rose Florist
10540 FM 1488, Ste. 160
281-356-7478
www.antiquerose.org

25. Ashley’s Accessories
5428 FM 1488, Ste. D
936-242-1759
www.facebook.com/ashleysaccessoriesinteriors
Opened 2017

26. The Market
32907 Tamina Road, Ste. D
936-443-7845
www.facebook.com/themarkettimelessdesigns

27. Mercy House Global
5814 FM 1488
832-652-3762
http://mercyhouseglobal.org

28. The Mkt. in Magnolia
18252 FM 1488, Ste. 140
281-650-4099
www.facebook.com/themktinmagnolia

29. Q&C Home
32411 FM 2978, Ste. D
281-789-7285
www.qandchome.com
Opened 2017

30. Raffia Home
32309 FM 2978
281-789-4180
www.facebook.com/raffiahome

31. RND Rustics
11721 FM 1488
281-259-8889
www.rndrustics.com

32. Rustico Decor and More
9311 FM 1488
281-789-7083
www.rusticodecorandmore.com
Opened 2017

33. Shades of Texas
5505 FM 1488
281-259-1401
www.shadesoftexas.com

34. Texas Jack Rabbit Emporium
18423 FM 1488, Ste. E
832-283-5732
www.facebook.com/pg/texasjackrabbitemporium

Resale


35. HIS Helpers Resale Shop
615 FM 1774
281-702-4651
www.facebook.com/hishelpers

36. Society of Samaritans Resale
17661 FM 1488
281-259-7252
www.societyofsamaritanstx.org
By Anna Lotz

Editor, Tomball/Magnolia & Conroe/Montgomery

Anna joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. In July 2017, she transitioned to editor for the Tomball/Magnolia edition. She began covering the communities of Conroe and Montgomery as well in 2020. Anna covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Anna served as editor-in-chief of Cedars, interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., and spent time writing for the Springfield News-Sun and Xenia Daily Gazette.



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