This cozy shop caddy-corner from famed St. Mary’s Church on Spring Street in instantly inviting with mint-green trimmed windows and fun furniture finds inside. Mother-daughter duo Jordan Crompton and Lisa Kasap share a passion for finding tired pieces—tables, chairs, mirrors, chests, buffets, mirrors—that just need that dose of TLC to make them the star of the room. The super-DIYers recycle and reinvent constantly, sourcing finds everywhere from garage sales to roadside rejects to antique shops and flea markets.
The shop on Spring Street was the companion step to Jordan’s popular design blog, Picklee.com, where she takes found trash to make it treasure. “People don’t realize, you don’t need a million dollars to have a dream house,”Jordan told me for a feature I did on her home for the May issue of The Bay magazine (click here to read and see inside Jordan’s home). You can also find chic pillows, lighting, artwork and home décor accessories inside the shop.
They duo are hosting a workshop, “The Art of Furniture Painting: 101”on May 23. To see more pieces or shop online, visit pickleeonspring.com