Pageboy, a brand new locally-owned vintage shop and apothecary, is spreading the love this Valentine’s Day. The mission of this hidden gem is to inject love and vivacity to the Sunshine City. Co-owned David has done as much with the completion of a vibrant new mural (that he handprinted) on the side of the business. Fingers are crossed we see this creative feature in a future SHINE Mural Festival. Their desire to spread joy throughout the ‘Burg is evident with the launch of Love Fest on February 12 from 12pm-2pm.
Love Fest will include tasty food, vivacious fashions, and fun for all who stop by during the event. Pageboy will also host three or four vendors, including your team here at I Love the Burg, as well as celebrating all of the one-of-a-kind finds inside their shop. Handpainted roller skates with wooden wheels, leopard print throw pillows, sensational candles, quirky cards, and some of the funkiest decor in town can be found inside this intimate space.
Owners and partners David and Jason are attracted to bold color, weathered texture and unique shapes. Their singular taste makes the intimate store feel like a luxurious labyrinth. Follow this local gem on Instagram for daily updates on new items available in store.
Recent features include vintage blue wine goblets, a brilliant ceramic heart dish, soothing white copal to refresh your space, and a stunning vintage flamingo planter. Their feed is a proverbial a vision board for your home and apartment, folks.
Pageboy is located at 320 5th Avenue North and is open from 11am-6pm Wednesday through Saturday.
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