Favorite Things: Reclaimed Warehouse - 405 Magazine

Favorite Things: Reclaimed Warehouse

Moore boutique Reclaimed Warehouse offers stylish furnishings and community spirit.


Building something that will last and also be meaningful – those are just a couple of the priorities that lie behind the lovely store that is Reclaimed Warehouse. Owner Tabitha Clark radiates a genuine care and concern about all aspects of her business, and with what she calls a “desire to inspire others and create beautiful spaces in their own homes,” it is evident that there is more to this place than beautiful furniture and accessories for the home.

Clark and her husband own R&R Homes, as well, so this domestic focus is in her wheelhouse. Having helped clients create their dream homes, she now dives into helping customers make their interiors as dreamy as possible. Affordable and unique, everything in the store from top to bottom is gorgeous. Clark calls Reclaimed Warehouse’s style “rustic glamor,” but also feels there is much more to it than that. “The store tends to feel very transitional, with a mixture of design styles,” she says. “We aren’t afraid to break some rules when it comes to design elements, and we encourage clients to figure out what they love and why – regardless of what current trends dictate.”

The store is found at 3004 S. Sunnylane Road in Moore, and that’s no accident – Clark has called the city home for 15 years now. “Family is very important to my husband and me, and my husband’s family has deep generational roots in Moore. The many times this town has pulled together through crisis has made us family. There is real meaning behind the city’s motto of ‘Moore Strong.’ I love being part of a community that is full of people who are just here to help and love one another.” That sense of comfort from community is definitely felt once you enter into Reclaimed Warehouse, and helps make it well worth taking some time to explore.


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Choose Joy sign, $65 “These black-and-white signs are such a great statement piece, and will be the focal point in any room.” | Cage end table, $439 “This table is one that I use a lot when staging houses; it is a great size and is so functional with its three shelves.” | Greenery arrangement, $55 “I love using Botanica floral stems because I do not have a ‘green thumb,’ but love the look of flowers in my house to make it feel more inviting.”

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Jolette white wood lantern, $330 “The detail of the wood on this unique fixture makes it the perfect home addition.” | Julie mixing bowl, $63 “The size of this bowl makes it convenient for any of my baking needs – and the cute saying on it makes it fun to use.” | Kona brown leather pillow, $75 “It is a neutral must-have of mine that will help complete any style.”


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Wagon wheel coffee table, $975 “I just love the distressed look of this piece, and the way that it instantly changes the feel of any living room.” | Capela club chair, $1,209 “The rich and luxurious color of this champagne chair, along with the tufted style, makes this the best seat in the house.” | Square dough bowl, $60 “These dough bowls have a vintage feel while incorporating warmth to any tabletop. The variety of colors, shapes and sizes they come in make them so versatile, and most importantly, functional.”