If you are in Florida and looking for a true specialty boutique then you must stop by Gaslamp Gift Gallery. They have lots of unique gifts for every person and occassion and their inventory is always fresh and exciting.
I recently interviewed Sarah from GGG and this is what she had to say...
In what year did you open your doors and what inspired you to open Gaslamp Gift Gallery? Gaslamp Gift Gallery opened its doors in September of 2015. We are located in a small beach town tucked into a 100 year old building. I was inspired by this charming setting to create a shop that reflects this by offering a nostalgic take of gift giving.
What does your shop do especially well? We feature many handmade, local, and one-of-a-kind boutique brands, giving our customers the opportunity to find unique gifts, or treat themselves to something special. Gaslamp Gift Gallery has a little bit of everything, at all price points.
Please share 3 products your customers can't get enough of right now. Our hand poured soy candles from Soy Love, Z and Company, and Formulary 55 have been a best seller since day 1. We always have one burning in the store.
Vagabond and Myth jewelry, handmade in Ormond Beach is a mix of vintage and fair trade beads. It has a bohemian luxe vibe that is a local favorite.
Independent clothing label Wasabi + Mint is one of our newest lines, and one of the most popular so far!
What initially attracted you to our products? I am always on the hunt for beautiful, handmade items, and Ardent Hands is just that.
What has been your best selling Ardent Hands product? The migraine masks flew out the door during the holidays and at the end of the school year. They make make the perfect teacher gift!
What do you love most about Ardent Hands Designs? The sweet animals on the Boo Boo Buddies, and the beautiful prints on the neck wraps and masks make these products stand out. They are a truly sweet gift.
Thanks Sarah for taking time to help our readers get to know Gaslamp Gift Gallery better.