Cheris Coggins, left, has opened Urban Interiors By Farmhouse 5 in Eaton Place with the help of longtime friend Jody Briceland, who also will work in the store.
Cheris Coggins, left, has opened Urban Interiors By Farmhouse 5 in Eaton Place with the help of longtime friend Jody Briceland, who also will work in the store. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle
Cheris Coggins, left, has opened Urban Interiors By Farmhouse 5 in Eaton Place with the help of longtime friend Jody Briceland, who also will work in the store. Carrie Rengers The Wichita Eagle
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