Thurston Kitchen and Bath slips out of Sixth Ave. storefront

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Thurston Kitchen and Bath relocated to this storefront on Sixth Avenue. (Amy DiPierro)

Thurston Kitchen and Bath has packed up its spot on Sixth Avenue and moved to the Santa Fe Art District.

The 40-year-old Aspen-based company relocated to 761 Kalamath St. at the beginning of May, according to a note on its website, and plans to turn the new Kalamath Street showroom into its flagship store.

The shop at 2920 E. Sixth Ave. was vacant Friday.

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Thurston Kitchen and Bath relocated to this storefront on Sixth Avenue. (Amy DiPierro)

Following the move, Thurston Kitchen and Bath plans to turn its new Santa Fe Art District showroom into its flagship store.

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