The Paris Market is a vision of intriguing and unforgettable treasures, curated to echo the open-air markets that so enchanted Paula and Taras Danyluk in France. Founded in Savannah in 2001, this 5,200-square-foot, bi-level shoppe is housed in an 1874 Victorian grocery which the pair lovingly restored to its old-world splendor. Together, they travel the globe to source unique and fantastical pieces, both modern and antique, crafting an ever-changing collection reminiscent of a museum you can partake of. 

From hand-crafted jewelry and accessories to custom-made lighting, French-milled soaps to hard-to-come-by kitchen tools, each piece inspires an elegant, romantic lifestyle. A charming corner of the store offers wares and gifts just for children and an expansive section of books and magazines is devoted to art, design, food and travel. Tables are set with all the accoutrements for the perfect dinner party, while daybeds are dressed in layers of luxurious linens and throw pillows.



Then, in 2019, The Paris Market opened a second location in Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina—a little slice of heaven along the May River. This shoppe is the eccentric little sister of the Savannah store: smaller in stature (about 1,200 square feet) and a total free spirit, featuring paintings, ceramics, jewelry and an ever-evolving selection of the Danyluks’ favorite curiosities from France.

"We strive to create a place where people can forget about everything and get lost in a world of beautiful, inspiring, and sometimes peculiar things."