It was raining heavily and we almost didn’t go into Stone Button Studio. The store was across the street and we didn’t have umbrellas. With squabbling kids, I had just taken them out of another vintage store in Northwood Village. The last thing a shopkeeper wants to hear is my two children having a go at each other. We stood under the awning but even I was at my wits end with the sniping. To occupy my kids, we braved traffic and torrential downpour to cross the road and to explore Stone Button Studio. The sacrifices I make as a mother.
We love stores like Stone Button Studio which is full of vintage treasures and up cycled decor. The children immediately stopped squabbling and went off to find different treasures.
The owner, Inge Skelly, is chatty and friendly. She does the up cycling and artsy stuff herself. On her visits to her native Belgium, she stocks up on European treasures.
There are quite a few Northwood shops similar to Stone Button Studio which are fully of artsy, bohemian flair. This store though was our favourite in the Old Northwood Historic District for both cool factor and for value.
The cool thing about Northwood shopping? In the Old Northwood Historic District, there are no chain stores and you will find vintage treasures that have been collected with a curator’s eye. It’s a great place to explore in downtown West Palm Beach away from the big national names on Clematis Street and its surrounds.
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