New Frisco antique shop adds a ‘sweet touch of history in your home décor |

New Frisco antique shop adds a ‘sweet touch of history in your home décor

Joe Moylan
Once Is Not Enough opened in April in Frisco. The antique shop, owned by the mother, daughter team of Jeannette Whitt and Rebecca Smith, specializes in high quality American and European furniture.
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In April the mother, daughter team of Jeanette Whitt and Rebecca Smith decided to fulfill their lifelong dreams by striking out on their own and opening an antique shop in Frisco.

Their slogan is, “A sweet touch of history in your home décor,” but before the pair opened Once Is Not Enough at 524 Galena St., Smith and Whitt put in more than a year’s worth of preparation.

During that time, Smith and Whitt traveled the country together, purchasing antiques and furniture that not only had to exceed their own high expectations, but also would be considered unique for Summit County’s mountains communities.

“We’re very picky,” Smith said. “Our desire is to provide unique furniture and décor you would otherwise have to travel the country to find.”

Once Is Not Enough offers items appropriate for any room in the house — from the nursery to the dining room, Smith said. Among some of their specialties are American and European furniture and a line of unique gifts, including hand-stamped flatware, candles and rotating seasonal items. They also stock numerous gifts that would put a smile on any bride’s face.

“We love to decorate and this was something we always wanted to do,” Smith said. “We wanted to offer something special to Summit County and the surrounding areas.”

Once Is Not Enough, 524 Galena St. in Frisco, is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.

For more information, visit http://www.onceis or call 376-6932. The latest inventory updates may be viewed by “liking” their page on Facebook.

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