Here is a roundup of four local businesses that have opened in Tomball and Magnolia in recent months.
Ken's K-9's opened June 2 at 18252 FM 1488, Ste.100, Magnolia. Ken's K-9's offers a full dog grooming service as well as the option for customers to wash their own dogs with shampoo, conditioner and towels provided by the business. The family-owned grooming service offers a spa-like atmosphere in which dogs are not kenneled while there. 346-703-2134. kenzundel15.wixsite.com/kensk9s
Moore House Interiors opened May 29 at 724 W. Main St., Tomball, featuring a new studio space and home goods store. Moore House Interiors is an interior design studio founded in 2015 specializing in modern farmhouse style. Services include consultations, construction, space planning, furniture and finish selections, purchasing, installation and design of individual spaces. The store is open by appointment only until further notice due to COVID-19. A grand opening celebration is tentatively planned for the fall. 832-698-4426. www.moorehouseinteriors.com
Hometown Spirits opened May 20 at 12131 Northpointe Blvd., Ste. 3, Tomball. The liquor store sells a variety of wines, spirits and beers. Hometown Spirits specializes in high-end wines and spirits. 281-205-7326. www.facebook.com/Hometown-Spirits-111958820518741
Magnolia Max Auto Sales opened in January at 18730 Patricia Lane, Magnolia. The car dealership buys, sells and trades a wide range of vehicles. Cars can be found at the dealership ranging from $3,000 to $20,000 in price. 832-647-0659. www.facebook.com/Magnolia-Max-Auto-Sales-106221984232623