Stopping in at Rosie's you are sure to experience some unique finds.
Thank you to all of our wonderful vendors for being here with us & bringing such beautiful items into stock in our store! And for all your hard work keeping Rosie’s alive in Mom's honor!
I know she is smiling from heaven watching over us.
Also, Thank you to all of our customers, followers, & friends! None of this would be possible without all of you visiting us here at Rosie’s!
You guys are helping keep Mom's dream alive & we just can’t say Thank you enough!
Please keep watching for updates as we’ll be doing more as time goes on. As always new items come to the store all the time 💚💚
Jessica & Kevin
Rosie's gently used furniture, home decor, and more opened at 118 N. Water St. 216 W. WASHINGTON ST. MORRIS, IL on June 15, 2016
Rosie's owned by Ellen Parsons offers a large inventory to accommodate the community's needs in a tough economy.
Ellen has done interior design work for the past 25 years and is more than happy to help customers find just the right piece for their projects. The name Rosie's was chosen from the fond memories of her "Grandpa Doyle" always singing "Sweet Rosie O'Grady" in his Irish brogue voice.
Ellen wants to be known for offering quality goods at reasonable prices and wants to develop a healthy working relationship with fellow business owners and residents of the area. Vendors are always welcome to her store to keep her stock fresh. unique, and ever-changing.
Rosie's focuses on having one-of-a-kind pieces that are customized to fit a wide variety of personal styles. It doesn't matter if you find that perfect piece here in the store or if it's something that has sat in your home for years and just needs to be re-purposed or redesigned. Ellen and her team can make your home decor dreams come true.
The store is Parsons’ lifelong dream. After several ups and downs in her life, she decided that 2013 would be the year. Parsons has one daughter, Jessica, two granddaughters, and Kevin her son-in-law.
They, along with her Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Leonard, have been her biggest supporters and have helped to make her dream come true.
Ellen K. Parsons
1954 - 2019