Backroad Atlas blends repurposed furniture and décor with pieces from custom designers, artists, and the handmade community to fill a 12,000 square foot industrial building with the feeling of home. In this one-of-a kind store, the familiar has fresh purpose and the forgotten finds new beauty.
Along with better-quality resale homegoods, Backroad Atlas also offers art and design classes and holiday decorating events. Interior design, merchandise customization, and holiday home decorating services are also available.
A store offering upcycled, better-quality resale furniture and homegoods was the vision of Angela Harris-Spurlock and her mother, Caroline. Before beginning the Backroad Atlas adventure, Angela had over 10 years of retail sales experience and management, including specialty home décor stores such as Nell Hill’s and Dillards Home. Angela holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts, graphic design degree from KSU and has always had a passion for interior design. Caroline Harris, Angela’s mother, enjoyed consignment store success at local “Gateway to Kansas” antique mall, but always had more wonderful items than there was room to display.
In the spirit of Backroad Atlas, the team has repurposed an industrial building built in 1912, with 50,000 available square feet, to house their upcycled, character-filled furniture and home décor.