Written by Palmetto Bluff
Jul 07, 2016
Once a sleepy stop between Savannah and Hilton Head Island, the town of Bluffton is now really on the up and up.
A bustling Calhoun Street punctuated with quaint shops and busy shoppers signals the growth of the small town into a real destination, drawing in tourists and locals alike to experience a taste of Bluffton. A bit salty, a smidge spunky, and always full of hospitality, Bluffton is no longer the Lowcountry’s best kept secret – it’s a bustling hub attracting businesses of all kinds. And for those of you looking to turn your afternoon stroll down Calhoun into a spring shopping spree, you’re in luck: check out these items from The Roost, Kelly Caron Interiors, and Gigi’s Boutique, all of which line the quaint streets of Old Town Bluffton. Shopping small never seemed so full of possibilities.
Martini olives transported in a canoe make for a tastier martini.
Olive Canoe $42.00, The Roost
Small Brass Fork $18.00, The Roost
Small Brass Spoon $18.00, The Roost
Golden coasters to protect your favorite table.
Set of Four Coasters $75, Kelly Caron Designs
A pearl necklace is made modern with a grey tassle.
Necklace $240, Kelly Caron Designs
A hammered gold cuff will enhance any look.
Cuff $209, Kelly Caron Designs
Sweet as Maryland Honey
The perfect complement to your happy hour charcuterie board.
Eastern Shore Honey, $18 each, The Roost
Gold statement earrings are the perfect way to transfer from day to night.
Kendra Scott “Selena Earring” $75, Gigi’s Boutique
Photography by Rob Kaufman
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