When you’re on the hunt for a unique — or antique — item for your home, check out any of these Southern salvage stores, where you’ll find inventory with history.
Southern Store Highlights
Southern shops, brands and boutiques are one of the reasons people love the South so much. Great customer service, friendly advice and an abundance of options. We showcase some of our favorite boutiques, shopping areas and businesses from around the South as well as brands that you need to know about!
We love discovering and sharing new Southern companies. Check out these two stand-outs that each offer stylish and decidedly Southern products. Image: Honey + Hank and Regatta Reserve
When someone has a passion, it shows. And for Ted Dennard, his love of bees and bee keeping inspired Savannah Bee Company, which prepares to open its newest location later this month. Image: Teresa Earnest
Leather is a timeless, stylish staple. We’ve found some Tennessee leather makers who ensure durability, function, and flair with their bags and accessories. Image: Ashley Bard
This year marks 50 years since the The Village Shopping Center in Gatlinburg opened. Learn about the rich history of the property and the treasures that hide within the walls of each of the unique shops found there.
These five Southern boutiques offer ample opportunity to snap a ‘gram-worthy photo. Load up the car and head to any of these Instagrammable Southern boutiques. Image: Kathryn McCrary
With basics and underpinnings as the key to great style, Sophie Simmons aims to make getting dressed an experience with her revived collection, Dessous.
This 100-year-old family-owned company is a Nashville treasure. Find out the history behind Goo Goo Cluster and meet the women who are steering it into the next century of success.
For flattering looks that are sustainably made, head to Ponce City Market and shop the styles at Amour Vert.
This Atlantan looked no further than her own closet when it came time to make some side money. Today, it’s a full-time gig that earns her upwards of six figures. Find out how a popular app called Poshmark changed Jenna Naschek’s life.