This is one of the most famous of Savannah's stores, and for good reason. Owner Paula Danyluk fulfills a vision through this store. It's like walking into a fever dream about Paris, but in a good way. Be sure and go downstairs!
Notes from the website: Like a well-curated Parisian flea market, The Paris Market is a vision of intriguing and unforgettable treasures. Founded in 2001 by Paula and Taras Danyluk, the two-level, 5,200-square-foot Savannah boutique is housed in an 1874 Victorian building originally built as a grocery store, which they lovingly restored to its old-world splendor. The pair travels the globe to source unique and fantastical pieces, both big and small, modern and antique: from hand-crafted jewelry and accessories to custom-made lighting, French-milled soaps to hard-to-come-by kitchen tools.