This post originally appeared on Paprika Southern on June 21, 2018. It was among the many casualties of our website meltdown of 2018, but everything in it is so dreamy, we just had to recreate it for you again.
Photography: Siobhan Egan
Words & Styling: Kelsey Bucci
Clothing & Location: Ella’s of Richmond Hill
Model: Stephanie Hutchinson
Assistant: Blair Wagner
In Savannah there is no shortage of design inspiration. The charming streets of downtown are flush with aesthetic marvels, and stores that boast an abundance of southern charm. But just miles south of the city lands you in Richmond Hill. A community rich with it’s own history and quaint coastal allure.
Driving down Ford Ave. you will pass by a white house tucked off to the side with a simple sign that reads “Ella’s”. We urge you to stop in and immediately be overwhelmed, in the best way possible, by the surprise that awaits inside this charismatic cottage.
Ella’s has a large selection of interior décor that will inspire you to redecorate your entire house. Filled with the scents of many local artisans, Ella’s prides themselves on supporting other local, and small businesses. The house gives way to many different rooms each with it’s own unique theme, from a cute children’s nook, to a room full of handmade soaps, to a corner dedicated to local honey. Oh, they also have an entire wall of chalkboard paint by Annie Sloan.
Recently they have been adding women’s wear to their carefully curated armoires. The ladies of Richmond Hill have been loving the new addition of flowy dresses, casual tops that can take you from day to night, beach bags, and tons of accessories.
You could lose track of time in the main house alone, but that would mean you miss the full nursery and succulent gardens outside.
Stay tuned for more pictures from the Market at Ella’s.