Image by Ron,Ron,Ron
From the display window of "Botanicals Design Studio", formerly "Botanicals on the Park".
For many years, Botanicals on the Park was a favorite local shopping place for all things and all seasons. The store occupied two full floors and had an eclectic and very interesting array of accent pieces covering virtually every theme from Americana to zooligy.
Their merchandise was not the cheap tacky stuff either. You could find objects here that simply weren’t out there in any other stores. And, they were intelligently priced.
Out of town family members made a point of going here on vivits to St louis. Probably the same for a lot of other families too.
The flower shop portion was just a small area (compared to the overall spread).
The owner pared the business back down to just this, calling it a return to basics. As a business, probably a lot more managable. Honestly though, ever since they did away with Botanicals on the Park, I’ve never had a reason to go in here. Nobody else I know goes in here either.
But the displays are always special. More image detail avbailable below..
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