Interior

Sugarboo & Co. Deals In All Kinds of Whimsy

Rebecca Puig has loved to paint and create things since she was little. The University of Georgia alum used what she learned in attaining a Studio Art degree and her passion for the whimsical when she started Sugarboo Designs in 2005. Drawing on her...

Inside Apalachicola’s Open-Air Nautical Store

The weathered building on Apalachicola's waterfront beckons you like the seven seas. Brightly painted wooden buoys, rusted brass lanterns and scantily-clad female pirate mannequins tempt you to see what’s inside The Tin Shed. If you theme your home,...

Inside Winter Garden’s Organic Grocery Store

Tucked away behind the Winter Garden Feed & Seed next to the railroad tracks you’ll find the best place to shop for local, organic grocery items in Central Florida. Cathy and Robby Clay opened The Farmacy in November 2015. The winsome little sto...

Urban Brick Focuses On Clean Eating & Pizzettas

Rosemarie Morelli's first exposure to Deland, Florida was in 2011. She traveled to the area to help her son and daughter-in-law open a new yogurt shop called Berryville on Woodland Boulevard. During her stay, Morelli says she fell in love with the c...

How to Describe Adjectives Market?

Adjectives Market is one of those places where you always end up finding something you didn't know you needed. Corporate attorney Jeremy Thompson opened the first Adjectives Market inside a former Skip's Western Store in Altamonte Springs in 2012. T...

The Most Laid-Back Barber Shop in Florida

Cody Garrett would like to keep his DeLand barbershop on the downlow. He doesn’t advertise and, at the moment, only accepts walk-ins. Guys put their name on a chalk board, are given a time estimate and then can sit on one of the old wooden benches an...

South of New York Market

Florida entrepreneur Cam Amici has made her mark in her hometown DeLand. She first brought her keen fashion sense to historic South Woodland Boulevard when she opened the hip women's boutique, Dressed. Following the shop's overwhelming success, Cam ...

Old Church Given New Life as Small Inn

This gothic-styled building at the corner of Barnard and Duffy Streets in Savannah’s Victorian neighborhood was built in 1889 by architect Alfred S. Eichberg. In those days, it served as St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. It was home to a number of othe...