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Perched on one of the loveliest and liveliest corners of Broughton Street, The Paris Market is a mecca of all things whimsical, inspiring and delicious. Anchored by a sunlit café that Architectural Digest recently named “The Most Beautiful Coffee Shop in Georgia,” the two-level boutique lends the distinct feel of a well-curated Parisian flea market. Founders Paula and Taras Danyluk travel the world to source unique and fantastical treasures, both modern and antique: hand-crafted jewelry and furniture; French-milled soaps and body care; kitchen wares and textiles, as well as shells, coral and curiosities. A charming corner features gifts and clothing for children, and an expansive section of books and periodicals is devoted to art, design, food and travel. Tables are set with all the accoutrements for the perfect dinner party, while daybeds and sofas are dressed in layers of luxurious linens and throw pillows. Yet there’s also plenty of objects to tuck into a suitcase, including the boutique’s signature line of candles and accessories. Recently, Southern Living selected Paris Market as “the South’s Best Shop” stating: “Like Alice falling down the rabbit hole, prepare to get lost in a wonderland of the most incredible goods.”