Happy Sunday, everyone! If you've been shopping with me the last two days, you've visited Sara Campbell, a ladies' boutique, and St.-Tropez Home, a home furnishings and gift shop. Today we are entering Spruce, which happens to be right next to the other two stores for convenience sake, on Third Street in Old Naples:
Spruce has an eclectic mix of home, garden, and some ladies' clothing and jewelry in the mix. They have stores in other locations too, as well as an online catalog that you should view right after out tour!
Right after entering Spruce, I was attracted to the cover of this book about dogs, being the incurable dog lover that I am:
Spruce has several unusual ceiling light fixtures for sale, including this pair:
I loved these wire sculptures covered in butterflies. I'm thinking I could make something like this if I had enough patience:
A closer look:
Some of the garden-themed offerings:
I like the over-size vessels used for vases on the left in this vignette:
Pretty bed linens in rusty orange and neutral colors:
A window display at Spruce with dramatic glass dome cloches and mercury glass orbs:
More pendant fixtures above some beautiful silvery velvet upholtered furniture pieces. I also love the little silver table:
A sea inspired display with an unusual shaped dome cloche:
At first glance, I thought these chairs were vintage, but they are newly made and can be purchased at Spruce. I think they have great retro style!
My mom and I both bought one of these acrylic bracelets, artist made in the USA. What color would you pick?
More beautiful and unusual pendant lamps, mirrors, and more:
A display of body lotions, soaps, and fragrances:
I think having unusual light fixtures is a great way to add style to a room. Spruce is a good resource!
Besides the bracelets, I purchased a scarf and two tops. We enjoyed our shopping trip at Spruce immensely and will definitely be back!
After shopping, we stopped at a "snowman" on Third Street for a photo opportunity. That's my mom standing next to Frosty, and the historic Old Naples Building, circa 1921, standing in the background. Jezebel turned her head just as I snapped! I guess she was getting tired....
Meet me back here tomorrow for one last shopping trip in beautiful Naples!