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8 Best Frenchtown Boutiques to Shop Away the Cabin Fever

By Amy Wood in New Jersey, in Spring activities in NJ, in New Jersey Living, in New Jersey Life, in Benefits of Living in New Jersey, in Frenchtown
8 Best Frenchtown Boutiques to Shop Away the Cabin Fever

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Got a case of the winter blahs? Indulging in a little retail therapy is an excellent way to overcome cabin fever. When you live in Frenchtown, NJ, you’re just steps away from cozy boutiques that offer an ever-changing array of products. Whether you’re in search of the perfect coffee table for your home, a new addition to your wardrobe or a statement piece of jewelry, you’re bound to find what you’re looking for at one of Frenchtown’s unique boutiques.

Country Chic - A New and Recycled Boutique 

47 Bridge Street

You don’t have to spend thousands to fill your closet with clothing from Michael Kors, J. Jill, Lucky Brand, Eileen Fisher, Free People, and other high-quality brands. In fact, savvy shoppers find plenty of amazing bargains at Country Chic. In addition to offering lightly used men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories, the boutique also sells new merchandise and a selection of cards, soaps, candles, and other products from local companies. If a winter storm prevents you from making a visit to the boutique, check out their online offerings.

Dalla Terra

10 Bridge Street

Choosing furniture and accessories for your new house is undeniably one of the most fun parts of buying a new home. If you want more interesting pieces than the big box furniture stores offer, make a visit to Dalla Terra a priority during your shopping trip. From leather Parisian club chairs to intricate carved wood wall panels to stylish teak and glass console tables, you’ll find beautiful furnishings that fit your personal style aesthetic. The boutique also offers kitchenware, barware, wall décor, garden items, candles, lamps, soaps, and gifts.

Junto Emporium

26 Bridge Street

Junto Emporium, a masculine boutique inspired by Ben Franklin’s Junto Club, offers an eclectic mix of new and used clothing on consignment. The Emporium is the perfect place to buy a pair of swimming trunks, a locally made pipe, or a new shirt or pair of pants for an evening out. An online store makes it convenient to order your favorite things if you can’t make it to the boutique.

Merge Gallery

26 Race Street

You never know what you’ll find when you visit Merge Gallery, owned by local sculptor Christopher Hiltey. The Race Street gallery offers lots of things that will make your house feel like a home, including antiques, vintage and custom furniture, home décor, garden furniture, rugs, prints, paintings, and, of course, sculptures.

Modern Love

39 Bridge Street

You’ll want to make sure you allow plenty of time for browsing when you stop by Modern Love. Although the store may look small from the outside, it’s full of interesting objects and items. In addition to gifts and home goods, the boutique also sells games, plants, wall hangings, furniture, baskets, cookbooks, baby rattles, notepads, and kitchen items.

River Gypsy

15 Race Street

Thanks to the personalized shopping experience at River Gypsy, this boutique may soon become one of your favorites. River Gypsy sells women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories from Luca Vanucci, Wooden Ships, Cut Loose, Habitat, PJ Salvage, Victoria, Lemon and other brands. The store also stocks jewelry, gifts, candles, and bath products.

Sublime

22 Bridge Street

Need to find a special gift for a friend’s birthday? Sublime offers a variety of new and vintage gifts, including jewelry, books, home décor, art, puzzles, and cards. Depending on the timing of your visit, you may be lucky enough to attend one of Sublime’s wacky special events, like the reveal party held for a pair of author Jack Kerouac’s pants last fall. At the festivities, guests were encouraged to take a whack at a pinata shaped like the famous pants.

Sunbeam General Store

10 Bridge Street

Just like any good general store, Sunbeam sells all the things you need, plus a few you never realized you needed. Among the many items, the store carries are new and vintage toys, rocks, minerals, fossils, ancient coins, books, tools, tee shirts, locally made jewelry, bags, scarves, hats, health and beauty products, notebooks, and scrapbooks. Everything tastes better when it's locally grown or produced, including the honey, jams, jellies, sauces, penny candy, and coffee sold at Sunbeam General Store.

The quick walk to downtown Frenchtown is one of the best things about owning a home at Country Classics at Frenchtown. With just 19 single-family attached homes available, the new home community is bound to sell out quickly. Contact our Sales Team today to learn more about current availability.

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