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Welcome to Juneberry Market. We are a mother daughter duo, where each one adds a little of her own to make Juneberry Market’s style.

In a world where you learn to make what you have do, you take what you have, and you make it beautiful. And that is how it all started as a young child for Rebecca and her Mama, Cathy. Growing up, Rebecca always watched as her Mom transformed each of her childhood houses into a home. This inspiration has gown over the years in to a strong passion to help others create their own beautiful place they call home.

After sharing our passion for years with friends and family giving gifts for baby showers, weddings, house warming, birthday, and holidays, we decided to just do a single event in our hometown. In the summer of 2016, Juneberry Market hosted the first vintage market event in Merino, Colorado. At this moment, we knew Juneberry Market would continue to bring farmhouse charm to all of you year long.

In addition to coordinating Juneberry Vintage Market + working as an ER nurse, Rebecca has joined her husband Jeremiah in building their dream community in their hometown.  Together they design + build timber inspired modern farmhouses at Timber Estates at The Farm Subdivision. It's not just the {two of them, Mama Cathy has been working hard after her full time career hours to help in any way she can along with the Timberline Construction LLC team. While this is all coming together, with their family of {four}, they are taking on a tiny house living adventure. 

Whether it be a custom hand made sign to celebrate your family, a once loved refinished piece of furniture, an old farmhouse re-purposed find, assistance in designing your interior space, or anything in between, Juneberry Market’s goal is provide you with the pieces that make a house your home.

Here is the Mama + Daughter team right here. What a blessing to work alongside each other through this vingage + design adventure. Photo Credit- Monica Gayle Photography
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