Do you know those cool little shops and stores that every town should have? Those little stores with great owners with amazing ideas. Places like these are little gems that I love and go back to again and again. I think the key to a good decor store is constant changing inventory and one of a kind objects. Don’t get me wrong I buy quite a bit on-line and find it so easy, but if you truly want those unusual pieces in your house you have to find these little local independently owned shops. They often have multiple vendors in their stores which offer variety. They are busting their ass to provide new ideas and they love their store. Reasons enough to find these store fronts and visit often.
Laurel Grove at 593 Boston Post Road in Sudbury, MA opened in October 2015. It is this little store right on route 20 which cuts through Sudbury near the Wayside Inn. One of owners, Kim is so friendly and ready to help if needed. They offer home decor, furniture, repurposed items (like coffee tables and head boards) jewelry by a local artist and even succulents in unique containers. Every time I go in they have new items to look at. The store is small and cozy but bursting with fantastic finds every where you look. The first time I went in I thought this reminds me of a Brimfield tent.
Here are a few photos I took and some off the Facebook page to look at:
I ended buying the bottom trunk for my son’s room. A great place to store blankets and other little treasures.
I absolutely love Dash and Albert rugs and they have a great selection.
I took this photo from their Facebook page because I love how they repurposed these crates.
The succulents are so beautiful here and they style them in such creative ways.
Hope you enjoyed this little tour of Laurel Grove. This was a fun Friday Field Trip. Have a great weekend.