Kitchen pros and everyday cooks will find bakeware, cookware, accessories, knives, grillware, useful gad- gets, beautiful textiles, and gourmet food. Check out the store’s blog for beautiful and delicious recipes.
If you’re a fan of the show Salvage Dawgs on television, you’ll love this place—here’s where it all started. Owners Robert Culp and Mike Whiteside scour homes and historical properties for doors, windows, tile, mantels, garden features, and much more. (Their place is named for the sweet Lab patrolling the building and welcoming visitors.)
This sweet boutique features a wide variety of high-end chocolates and truffles, as well as fine stationery, greeting cards, and gift baskets. Look for a chocolate reproduction of the Mill Mountain Star—a delicious souvenir! The store has a tasting room to host chocolate tastings, parties, and book signings.
You’ll find a mix of handsome antiques and new furnishings, along with original works by local artists, accessories, rugs, and lighting to decorate your home. Luxurious bedding, designer textiles and wallpaper, delightful bath products, and fragrances round out the collection.
Meander through 25,000 square feet of retail space for a broad selection of antique treasures and collectibles from more than 130 dealers, including antique and primitive furniture, vintage lighting, glassware, rare and old prints, books, clocks, jewelry, and retro housewares.
Owner Hanna Kappes and the creative crew at Shabby Love find broken and reclaimed items then up-cycle them into remarkable “new” furniture and accessories. Kappes also sells custom barn doors and farm tables.
Sweet tooth? This wonderland of sugary treats hits the mark with a massive collection of bulk, sweet, sour, crunchy, chewy, and chocolate confections. Indulge your inner child with vintage sweets you long forgot.
Since 1882, vendors at City Market have sold fresh fruit, vegetables, flowers, meat, eggs, and gourmet food products during the growing season. The market also showcases a diverse mix of local artisans exhibiting handmade crafts and gifts. It’s open year-round, but some vendors skip Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday to prepare items for later in the week.