Making Dreams Come True

Hi all, I'm Stacey and I am so excited to introduce Red's Barn.

Dave and I moved back to Grundy Center when we received the news that our daughter was diagnosed with brain cancer. We were fortunate enough to build a home here where we would be able to be near our daughter and our four grandchildren. On the property that we purchased was an old red barn. Oddly enough, our daughter's nickname was Red. I immediately fell in love with the barn and knew in some way we needed to preserve it.


Unfortunately Red lost her battle to cancer in May of 2020. But her spirit lives on and is with us every day. Red's Barn is our tribute to her. We hope this is a place where people gather and make amazing memories, shop and find unique pieces, find florals that light up a room, and share in the beautiful energy Red's Barn has.

Red's Barn will essentially be a barn store that features local vendors. We will feature beautiful vintage and new home pieces, ranging from small accessories to one-of-a-kind furniture from both Homegrown Girl and Shabby Shack. There will also be fresh and faux floral arrangements that are wonderfully unique brought to you from Heirloom Blooms Farm. And the list of fun finds just grows from there.

We hope to see you all at Red's Barn soon!

Stacey Lyman


Turning a Vision into Reality

Hi I'm Staci Freese, founder of Heirloom Blooms Farm.  Heirloom Blooms Farm is a flower and vegetable farm. I am passionate about producing local, fresh, seasonal, and sustainably grown flowers and vegetables.

Staci Freese

Partner, Heirloom Blooms Farm

(319) 269-7289

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Crafting Something Special 

Primitives, antiques, and lots of one-of-a-kind pieces. We sell furniture, pictures, candles, wall decor, and more. New items are in weekly!

Mel Engelkes

Partner, Shabby Shack

(319) 415-0539