Shopping Listings: Here are the local businesses that opened or reopened in 2017

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Children's


Dapper Darlings Boutique
1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 507, Kingwood
www.facebook.com/dapperdarlingsboutique

Clothes / Shoes


Agenda
20131 N. Hwy. 59, Humble
832-312-9197
www.agendahouston.com

De’Cordova Eyewear
12230 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 155, Houston
346-570-5366
www.decordovaeyewear.com

Humble Market
2803 E. FM 1960, Humble
936-714-5346
www.facebook.com/humblemarket

Pretty Little Things
1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 504, Kingwood
281-570-2527
www.prettylittlethingsonline.com

tdK Boutique & Barbershop
20131 Hwy. 59 N., Humble
281-570-4562
www.tdkbarbershophtx.com

Trendsetters Consignment
4003 Rustic Woods Drive, Ste. I, Kingwood
832-995-5959
www.trendsetterskingwood.com

Electronics


Buzzingo
4003 Rustic Woods Drive, Ste. C2, Kingwood
281-617-2899
www.gobuzzingo.com

Kingwood PC Repair
6 N. Main St., Kingwood
281-360-3300
www.kingwoodpcrepair.com

Kingwood Photo Lab
4003 Rustic Woods Drive, Kingwood
281-360-8998
www.kingwoodphotolab.com

Florists


Vava Bloom
12 N. Main St., Kingwood
281-360-8100
www.vavabloomflowers.com

Gifts


Gnome Sweet Gnome
16 N. Main St., Kingwood
281-570-4713
www.facebook.com/gnomesweetgnomegifts

Hobbies


Big Tex Tires and Offroad
23901 Hwy. 59, Kingwood
281-548-1111
www.bigtexastire.com

FSJC Offroad Specialties
1903 Treble Drive, Ste. A, Humble
832-318-3399
www.fsjcoffroadspecialties.com

Humble Oil Patch Golf Center
2107 N. Houston Ave., Humble
281-548-7273
www.humblegolfcenter.com

Making It Crafty Vinyl Retail and Supply
7840 E. FM 1960, Ste. 412, Humble
281-570-4051
www.facebook.com/makingitcrafty

Top Ten Cigars
5520 E. FM 1960, Ste. 8, Humble
281-312-5572
www.top10-cigars.com

Home / Garden


Abbey Humble Carpet and Tile
1390 E. FM 1960 Bypass, Humble
281-446-0783
www.humble.abbeycarpet.com

Alspaugh's Ace Hardware
2720 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood
281-360-2231
www.alspaughs.com

Dirt Cheap Mulch
9635 FM 1960, Dayton
281-852-3478
www.dirtcheapmulch.com

Humble Furniture Outlet
1102 E. FM 1960 Bypass, Humble
832-777-1948
www.humblefurnitureoutlet.com

Luxor Galerie
2515 Chestnut Ridge Road, Kingwood
832-233-2830
www.luxorgalerie.com

Pinch a Penny (formerly Texas Tom's Pool Supplies and Service)
4425 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood
281-360-3535
www.texastomspoolsupplies.net

Rustic King Furniture
21227 N. Hwy. 59, New Caney
832-872-6475
www.rusticking.com

Sutton’s Community Garden and Farmer’s Market
701 Old Hamblen Road, Kingwood
832-304-3307
www.facebook.com/suttons-community-garden-and-farmers-market-168006470342762/

Thomas Ann Decor
409 E. Main St., Humble
832-304-3307
www.facebook.com/thomasanndecor

Jewelery


Jewelers Bench
4580 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood
281-360-6300
www.jewelersbenchtx.com

Pets


Pet Ranch
4411 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood
281-361-4300
www.petranchinc.com

Transportation


K's Motorsports
17802 N. Hwy. 59, Humble
281-446-7165
www.ksmotorsports.com

Tailwind Bicycles
2714 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 130, Kingwood
281-384-3085
www.tailwindbikeshop.com


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