Home makeover star Tamara Day’s Prairie Village store closes

Tamara Day

Tamara Day, Magnolia Network and HGTV star, closed the Growing Days Home brick and mortar store in Prairie Village's Corinth Square. Photo credit Rustic White Photography.

Growing Days Home, the home goods store founded by Magnolia Network home makeover star Tamara Day, is no longer in operation in Prairie Village.

Company officials confirmed the brick-and-mortar Growing Days Home store at Corinth Square closed earlier this year to focus on online sales, as well as Day’s other design services and work as host of “Bargain Mansions,” which recently finished its fourth season.

Growing Days Home will now operate mostly online

  • The company’s Chief Strategy Officer Livi Abney said Growing Days’ home goods store in Prairie Village was “very difficult to manage and operate.”
  • Online purchases of Tamara Day-branded items like art, candles, dinnerware and furniture can still be made at tamaraday.com.
  • They also sell wholesales products to Made In Kansas City’s location at the new KCI airport, Abney said.
  • Day’s design company will still operate out of a storefront in the Meadowbrook Shopping Center, which was the home goods store’s original location.