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On an unassuming street corner in downtown Savannah sits the baby-blue Paris Market & Brocante—a wonderhouse of quirky, spooky, and beautiful heirloom and heirloom-inspired products.
Styled to the hilt, the store occupies the ground and lower-ground level. Not a single surface has been left untouched by visual merchandising—every corner is exploding with an aesthetic combination of French flea market chic combined with the inescapable eery beauty that permeates everything in Savannah (or maybe we've just heard too many ghost stories about this town).
There are quirky displays that capture the charm of Paris and the eery beauty of Savannah:
A massive collection of block letters and numbers:
Charming books, pamphlets, and reprints:
Weird stuff made of giant bugs:
A corner filled with vintage photographs and large-format cameras:
And, of course, a gorgeous cafe (above) and: