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Amy Childers




651 31W BYPASS SUITE 203, BOWLING GREEN, KY 42101
270.904.0208 | [email protected]
WWW.FOXANDFLASK.COM

By Kayla Fugate

Amy Childers, owner of Fox and Flask Interiors, was born and raised in Tennessee. “But I cheer for the Blue when it comes to basketball,” she says.

Fox and Flask is a home furnishing store specializing in lamps, lampshades, bedding, pottery, and other unique finds. “Fox and Flask offers a boutique style shopping experience carrying Avasa Casual Luxury Bedding, Etta B pottery, lamps, and lampshades. I offer repair services for your lamps, and I help you select and fit the right shade to your lamp,” says Amy.

Amy says that just when everyone is saying brick and mortar shops are a thing of the past, people still want to see what they are purchasing. “When purchasing a lamp or a lampshade, you may take it on approval to make sure you love it in your home.”

Amy’s biggest inspiration is her late boss who taught her how to run the business she has today. “Timing was on my side. With Bowling Green growing and my boss passing away, it was an ideal time to bring a lampshade shop to town. There is nothing like Fox and Flask Interiors between Nashville and Louisville.”

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