I had so much fun visiting DUH for Garden and Home this summer in Pensacola, Florida on a trip with my mom. She had been talking about it nonstop ever since visiting the store with my father this spring and I couldn’t wait to see the space (or shall I say space-ES) myself. Luckily, last fall, the incredibly talented interior designer who styled our family beach house, Holly Floyd Shipman, told us it was an absolute must-visit.
DUH is comprised of four different showrooms in one location – it’s truly amazing and features eclectic pieces from all over the world. They offer a variety of unique finds for the home and garden: from furniture, to dinnerware, to lighting, to art, bedding, and more. A visit to DUH is like treasure hunting and you never know what gem you’ll uncover next right around the corner.
The DUH philosophy? “Look to neutrals to create a calming home and keep the design clean and sophisticated. Introduce materials such as wood, shell, glass, iron, stone and linens. Make your interior appear collected with a mix of new, vintage, and antique treasures.”
Why “DUH?” The owners wanted something unpretentious and approachable.
I had an extremely difficult time narrowing down the 200 photographs I snapped on my visit – so pardon the extreme amount of images in this post. But, this was a store that I found to be almost uneditable.
Isn’t the art incredible? Great prices too.