ST. LOUIS — Three women with three separate businesses have teamed up to open one shop.

Christina Weaver’s specialty is clothing, Amy Kuntz finds the furniture, and Laura Dooley has the plant knowledge. Together, they run a shop called ‘Seta’ that’s located at 2207 South 39th Street in the Shaw Neighborhood.

“Seta is the beginning form of a plant or plant life. So, we were looking for a term that opened up the opportunity to mean what we were evolving into.”

Customers are bound to find something fresh. “All of our products complement each other.”

Christina’s business is called ‘Route’ and offers modern, comfy, and fun clothing and accessories. Amy’s business is ‘Oh Hey Aim’ and offers interior styling and home goods. Laura’s business is ‘LoKey Designs’ and focuses on plants.

Clothing, furniture, and plants – you’ll find it all at Seta.

For more information, visit SetaSTL.com

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