In nearby Woodstock, GA, there are several new to me home decor stores that have opened up in the beautiful historic downtown district of this quaint little town. Back in August, on a Friday night, two friends joined me for Girl’s Night Out at Pineapple Park, one of the decor shops that I have enjoyed getting to know. It’s in a cute and quaint old house.
The shop’s owner/designer, Pacita, is a super nice lady who moved here with her family from Florida earlier this year. She has created a beautiful shop filled with lots of fun home decor treasures. They served appetizers and beverages all the while offering special discounts every hour and a raffle drawing for bucks to be spent at the shop. It was a very fun time and after the open house we went next door and had dinner at Ipp’s, a nice Italian restaurant.
Me, Tammy, and Kristin
They served up some yummy appetizers and beverages and we all browsed the store looking at all the pretties.
And there are plenty of pretty things to check out.
Loved this shelf display and big clock.
Lots to see and there were plenty of women stopping by the girl’s night out.
Love the style she has going in this old house of a shop.
The owner has put together a wonderful display of beautiful accessories and furniture.
I didn’t want to miss out on sharing this beautiful old house with you.
How about that chandelier? Gorgeous!
Mercury glass and moss balls, two of my personal faves.
Pineapple Park holds Girl’s Night Out very often, at least every other month, so if you are in the Woodstock area, you might want to check it out. You can get on their email list for all the updates.
Hope you enjoyed all the eye candy! I haven’t been by for Christmas, but I just know it is all decked out for the Holidays.
Betsy (BB) says
This looks like an amazing shop! I saw so many fab items! I love the trees in the wooden bowl; what a great idea! I also love the burlap runner! There are so many amazing items! I have to go check it out! Thanks for sharing !
Arlene @At Home with the Grimms says
Love all these cute ideas! I spotted the big fake moss ball…I have two of those in my dining room. I found them at a store here in Decatur called Pineapples! I am always on the lookout for interesting accessories!
Elizabeth H says
What a great place. I wanted it all. You girls look very nice!
What a great shop- will definitely have to check it out. Thanks for the tour! 🙂
Wow! What a shop! I would love to have the knack for putting things together like that. I’m slowly learning (I hope).
I get all excited when I make a project that turns out. This week I did an old picture frame. I painted it and then sprayed the glass with chalkboard paint. I’m getting ready for the mantle party you all are having.
Have a great day!
Rhoda! Love all the eye candy here, it looks like the perfect place to spend a girls night out!! Thanks for sharing!!
Merry Christmas my friend♥
Great post! Loved all of the beautiful things!!
Bonnie Bee Kilpatrick says
GREAT shop… Pacita really is ON TREND with her selection… I tried to find the address in Woodstock,, but it is not on her web page…
Would love to stop by next time I visit my in-laws over that way…
Wishing you & your family the merriest Christmas celebration and a very healthy prosperous 2012…. thx for sharing
Hi, Bonnie, if you can get to downtown Woodstock, you will find Pineapple Park. Downtown main Street in Woodstock on Canton Hwy. It’s in a yellow old house, can’t miss it!
Wow, what a store! I envy you living in the Atlanta area with so many resources near by. BTW, I would like to make a stenciled pillow on burlap like the ones shown here. Since you did such a nice job on your sister’s wall, maybe you could do a pillow tutorial. I haven’t the faintest idea where to get stencils or what kind of paint ot use.
P.S. Nice picture… you look great!
Looks fabulous! Would LOVE to visit! Great pics!
Ad K. says
Thanks for posting your photos for us to drool over, so many pretty things! I’m trying to be good and weed out some of our extra pieces that we don’t use or are ready to move away from. No new stuff till spring and then only a few new pieces is my battle cry! TFS
What a fantastic store… we have a few stores like that in a near by community close to me. I need to get there this holiday season. However, the real reason I am commenting is… I notice maybe a new hair cut…? I love it.
Hey, Nancy, my hair looks different in all my pics, depending on which stage it is in before or after a haircut. 🙂 But, it’s basically the same old cut. That one was from August and a little longer than normal.
I love everything in your pictures! I haven’t been to Woodstock in quite a while…does this happen to be in the building that was “Christine”s”?
Jill, yes, I heard that it is in the old Christine’s. Christine is now down the street.
Oh, how much I would love to go there. After we relocated there is not a shop anything like that for quite a distance. Sob. I miss looking and buying some of the pretties. Enjoy for me!
My question for you is…did you get to meet Tanya Crouch, more affectionately known as “Lovey”? She is from South Africa, has a beautiful accent, calls everyone Lovey and has a great eye for decor, as evidenced by the displays she creates at Pineapple Park for Pacita! I taught one of Tanya’s sons, and I just LOVE her! I also love that store….could just look around for hours!
Hi, Cindy, no I didn’t meet Lovey, just Pacita. It’s a great store & I’m sure I’ll be back for another girl’s night out.
B. Delane says
I agree, Cindy…”Lovey” is the best! She has a a true gift~for design and for life. I always called to make sure Lovey would be there before going. With her help, I purchased several items that were perfect for my home. Her vignettes were absolutely perfection!
I miss the ‘old’ Pineapple Park, with it’s quaint rooms and smaller decorative items.
Looks like my type of store, saw many things I liked.
Beth Gurley says
hoping to stop by on my way from Nashville to Atlanta next time. Beth
Debi Sparkman says
I am completely Pineapple Park obsessed! Fabulous job ladies! Pacita Wilson YOU Rock!