A wall of colorful kilim pillows greets the eye when one first enters TouchGOODS, a new home goods store in Southold.
From there different pieces of furniture, both wood and rattan, compete for attention, as owner Norine Pennacchia wades through them, deciding how they’ll be displayed.
TouchGOODS is Ms. Pennacchia’s creation which grew out of a love of furniture, both old and new. Currently she is stocking and decorating the shop in order to be open by Saturday, March 19.
“The store is a mix of vintage, custom furniture and lighting,” Ms. Pennacchia said. “I’m refinishing some pieces that I find locally, plus I’m collecting vintage and mid-century furniture. So it’s a good mix of refinished, vintage and new.”
Photo: Norine Pennacchia, owner of TouchGOODS (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)