A gorgeous Sunday morning... Knotted Bowl from @areaware back in stock. Thank you, Cubebots.
Saw this when we were in NYC. The Perimeter Floor Lamp now comes in white.
YUMMY Cupcake plush. Happy birthday to me.
Pink anchor across from Moonstruck. Literally painting Asbury pink.
Just had a big delivery at the store, Gus modern furniture. All these boxes went upstairs. More to follow.
The Asbury Park Boardwalk's Holiday Wishbook featured a few of Shelter Home's fun products on their site, showcasing some of the great items that can be found in the Shelter Home Funhouse location in the Grand Arcade on the Asbury Park Boardwalk.
The TriCity refers to it as the Cookman Avenue "Arts Block" because of its eclectic mix of stores, store owners and architecture.
As soon as we walked in we knew this would be a cool store. Modern and fun, everywhere we looked we saw awesome stuff. Their whole store was actually filled with gifts that would have been perfect for us. I want the whole store in my house, now.
Shelter Home was thrilled to be featured on an episode of HGTV's Design Star. In this episode the designers head to the Jersey Shore to make over a bed and breakfast, but the challenge is no vacation for some hopefuls.
Asbury works, too, for longtime partners and New York transplants Scott Hamm and Gene Mignola. They arrived about three years ago, opening Shelter Home, a retail boutique and fabric printing operation on Cookman Avenue, with a satellite store on the boardwalk.
Everyone loves to poke fun at the Jersey coast, but the fact is, the joke's on them. Brian Hiatt explores three legendary—and recently spruced-up—shore towns that still promise the classic American summer.
"It became more than being part of a gay community. It became more like being part of a community,'' Hamm said. "You meet everybody on your street. You sort of know everybody, and within a week, I knew everyone on the street. Hello. Good morning.''