The Lovely Boutique Market in Audubon Park

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the_lovely-logoAudubon Park is a sweet little “burrow” we’ve spent quite a bit of time in and have written about on numerous occasions (Blue Bird Back Shop; East End Market; The Gourmet Muffin), but have never done a full-on feature on; that will come. That being said, I was in the area recently for lunch with a couple of folks and afterward we walked over to The Lovely Boutique Market to check out some of the latest thrift finds in Orlando. Hard to believe I’d never actually been in (not 100% true as several years ago the I got my hair cut at a salon that lived here). Anyway, I had no particular mission that day other than to mosey around after breakfast at Junior’s and check things out.


So what is The Lovely?

With over 40 collectors and artisans, you’ll find the convenience of multiple collections all under one roof. Our focus on vintage and mid century products range from the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. – TheLovelyBoutiqueMarket.com

First off, I was enamored by how much is packed into the space. It’s a huge, huge space and there are so many vendors living there. It’s kind of amazing. Now, I didn’t actually take note of each and every “shop” that can be found at The Lovely, but I did manage to grab some pics of some of my favorites…or those that stood out to me.

Visitors to the space may find locally made jewelry, mid century modern furniture; vintage clothing and housewares; locally made soaps, candles and aromatherapy oils and air fresheners; original artwork and much more.

Sound like your cup of tea? Well, you’re likely to find the cup along with the tea set…but the tea likely comes separate. And think you might be interested in possibly becoming a vendor at The Lovely? Visit this link to fill out a form to connect with them directly.

Location deets:

The Lovely Boutique Market
2906 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803

The Lovely Boutique Market is part of the Audubon Park Gardens District.



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