The shop, Distressed and Co., offers farmhouse furniture and decor by Stephen Sullinger, who taught himself how to repurpose furniture and household items. “I had a booth that did pretty well in Arkansas. When I came back to this area, I decided to do it full time,” he said. “I try to make everything here in the store’s back shop.” The shop opened last week and some large pieces that were on display sold quickly leaving a gap in his inventory. But there’s still plenty to browse, including side tables, chairs, wall hangings, a buffet, a dining room table with four unfinished chairs, and bedroom dressers. His merchandise is priced to sell. If you are shopping for furniture and household decor, there are several well-established stores in Joplin that automatically pop up on the radar. You usually check them all before you make your final choice, if you find something you like. There’s a new option now that might help you with that. Miss Daisy’s Home and Decor Co. started out three years ago as Miss Daisy’s Attic in Silver Creek Galleria. The shop, owned by Christy Caddy, specialized in repurposed and distressed furniture, antiqu...