The damage was so bad, the store had to close. Repairs have now been made and the owners were allowed back inside the store this week to begin straightening up the business.
The closing has caused the owners and the store’s 25 individual vendors to lose money.
Co-owner Deborah Baldridge told Channel 3 she’s ready to get back to work.
“It feels really, really good. When there is a loss of your income, it's pretty bad but we are hoping that we're going to generate a lot of publicity and get a lot of people coming in to see how we look now,” said Baldridge.