Red Square Flowers moves across the street into a bigger location

The new location gives the local florist more space and exposure.
Big windows and flowers on shelves
Courtesy of Alina Poletskova
Red Square Flowers' State Street locations

Local upscale flower shop, Red Square Flowers, moved into a new, bigger location at 127 State St. in early May.

Red Square Flowers first opened in 2015 on West Mifflin Street, with a second store opening on State Street in 2017. That State Street space, though small, reached different groups within Madison, like students and those visiting other downtown spots like the Overture Center for the Arts. The new State Street location, which was formerly vomFASS, is right across from the former spot with a lot more room.

“The space can be seen from anywhere,” says owner and CEO Alina Poletskova. It also has enough light to bring a beautiful vibe to the houseplant store. Red Square Flowers sells plants, flowers and unique pottery that is imported from Europe. ”

We provide fresh cut flowers also needed for events near the Capitol and other celebrations,” says Poletskova. “We are here to offer upscale design and unique blooms that you can’t find not only in grocery stores but the rest of Madison’s floral shops.”

Their location on Mifflin Street is still open and serves as the headquarters for the business. “It’s our main in-design studio,” says Poletskova. The move on State Street, although right across the street, will allow for more customers to visit the store. “Our small space was very limiting to embrace the full experience of our ambiance at Red Square Flowers,” says Poletskova.

Red Square Flowers invites its customers to embrace nature and experiment with different fragrances.

“Stop by to browse and invigorate senses, experience calming soothing sounds of our water fountain, as well as potting soil aroma mixed with fragrances of flowers and moss walls that do not require maintenance,” says Poletskova.

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