Welcome to Flown The Coop

Our Mission

We aspire to inspire creativity and support the makers, dreamers and entrepreneurs in our tribe of kindred spirits.

Flown The Coop, an unique shop offering a mix of vintage, industrial and homestead goods, is located on Live Oak in Burton, TX. This husband and wife team travel near and far collecting treasures to sell and repurpose in The Coop, wether it be a hand crafted globe light, an industrial workbench refinished for the kitchen, or a local product in their homestead line.  They encourage taking time in your shopping experience for a walk in their garden, a gen.u.ine free spirit photo op and a visit with Rusty their shop cat.

In an effort to support the local community, Flown The Coop is committed to donate 10 cents for every dollar spent at The Coop to The Burton Bridge Ministry. The Bridge Ministry is a non-profit organiziation that combines outreach efforts of all 12 churches in the Burton Area. Their outreach includes Seniors Ministry, Children and Youth Ministry, Helping Hands Ministry, Community Ministry, and the Corner Shoppe Ministry.

~ And the birds fluttered around them writing “yes” in the sky!

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Hours: Thursday – Saturday 11am – 5pm & Sunday 11am – 4pm

However, we are VERY small operation and close sometimes due to circumstances out of our control.  We keep Facebook, Twitter and Instagram updated when we must close for the day.  We suggest that if you are traveling a distance to call first.  937-215-4732
Life is a journey, come fly with us!

 

 

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Welcome to Flown The Coop

  1. I saw the whisler sign in the pictures, Wondering what it was from or did you make it? Very neat-love it! Interested from Iowa, Tiffany Whisler

    • Hi Tiffany!

      The Whisler sign was sold to a man in Austin, Tx who named his bar Whisler. 🙂 I found the sign in Missouri and sold it at a show in Warrenton, TX. He has it hanging in the bar.

  2. i was at he springfield extravaganza in springfield ohio may 2015. I saw a vintage mail sorter I think it was 3 sections all together and maybe had chicken wire on the back. I went back to purchase it the next day and the man was gone. I think he was from Indiana.? He was in one of those white tent like structures.I was so upset because I wanted the mail sorter so bad. It was dark wood and was beautiful.. Do you remember seeing this piece there? You have such beautiful antiques. Please let me know it you have it or you have something similar you want to sell.

    • I’m sorry that you couldn’t find the mail sorter. I don’t have anything like that and can’t remember seeing it either. Hope you find one in the near future.

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