The new East Texas location, which opened Aug. 5, follows shortly after she closed the Pink Pistol and The Ladysmith Bed & Breakfast in Tischomingo, where she was living while married to country artist Blake Shelton.
"Sometimes you need to close a chapter to build on a new beginning or go back home," Lambert said in a statement. She originally opened Pink Pistol in Tischomingo in an effort to revitalize the tiny city.
"Tishomingo had dried up, and was just about to blow away. Miranda hated to see that, and she opened a little antique and junk shop," Lambert's mother Bev Lambert told the Tyler Morning Telegraph. According to the Tyler Morning Telegraph, the boutique of "'Miranda'ize' merchandise with Lambert's signature wine was a success.
She sold the Tischomingo location to Shelton.
Lambert's new location is in a facility called The Cannery, 120 E. North Street. The Cannery will also be home to retail, restaurants, apartments and more.