For years, I’ve heard wonderful things about The Paris Market and Brocante in Savannah, Georgia, but just recently got to shop there myself.
It was everything I had heard. Part mercantile, part museum, and all packed full of design inspiration.
The two story building holds home decor, kitchen essentials, perfumes, books, soaps, candles, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera . . . Everything has a warm leathery charm and feels like an old,well loved library.
The Paris Market takes delight in finding one of a kind items for the store. This is a vintage bus ticket machine. Haven’t you been looking for one of these?
The window displays are crazy popular. Ever – changing with the seasons, the window above was used for a Bastille Day soiree’.
While I was at The Paris Market, I scooped up a book and a few pretty paper rolls that I have no idea how I’ll use, but they were so pretty, they had to come home with me. But the best thing I found was a new favorite store. It’s sadly too far away from me for regular shopping excursions, but fortunately for all of us, they have a web site: here.
Have you been to The Paris Market?