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Enjole' Interiors planned for Main St.

John Gibson


Two Evansville residents are planning to open an interior design business on Main Street.

Sharon Lemond and Tammy Stallings chose the former Berger and Berger Law building for the design and retail firm called Enjole’.

Metro Development Director Kelly Coures, speaking for Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, says Landmark Design and Engineering will renovate the 19th century structure.

Lemond told the gathering in front of the building that she remembers shopping downtown with her mother as a child, and working at the old DeJong's store on Main St. while in college. She says it's "awesome" to now own a business on Main.

Stallings says they hope to attract all demographics, with items both expensive and inexpensive.

Stallings and Lemond say they’re confident that downtown growth will support their business, which will offer furniture, rugs, lighting, art, accessories, bedding, and gifts.

They plan to open Enjole’ in November.

Sharon Lemond addresses reporters outside the planned Enjole Interiors at 313 Main St. in Evansville

Credit John Gibson
The former Berger and Berger Law building on Main St. in Evansville