And etúHome hosts a Galentine’s floral workshop
Home goods shop etúHOME is hosting a Galentine’s day floral workshop with Roadside Blooms this month.
Celebrate Galentine’s Day
Grab your girlfriends and head to etúHOME from 6 to 8 p.m. on February 9 to learn how to make a bouquet using fresh flowers and greenery provided by North Charleston’s Roadside Blooms. You’ll receive a signature “Daisy Mason Jar” vase to display your arrangement. Then, check out etúHOME’s collection of European-inspired serving dishes, cook’s tools, dinnerware, and glassware, as well as garden accessories and home decor. Advance registration is required for the $115 workshop, and guests receive 15 percent off of their purchases that day. [173 King St., etuhome.com]
Feeling at Home
After moving its headquarters and distribution center to North Charleston from Connecticut in 2020, Juliska has opened a flagship store on King Street, showcasing its artisan tableware, Bohemian glass, and Capucine De Wulf jewelry collection, named for co-owner Capucine Gooding’s family. The second floor, featuring a bridal and design salon for the brand’s wedding registry clients and a studio for hosting workshops, is expected to debut in early 2023. Shoppers will be able to enjoy light bites and a cup of tea or coffee at the L’Amour Toujours Cafe, slated to open late this spring in the courtyard behind the store. Customers looking for discounted, “second-quality” products can head to the Juliska Factory Outlet at its facility on Palmetto Commerce Parkway. [268 King St., juliska.com]
Charleston DryBar franchise owner Anna Chalmers introduced Face Foundrié salon to the Lowcountry in December, offering hydrafacials, cryogenic therapy, dermaplaning, gua sha massages, and chemical peels, as well as eyebrow waxing. The concept offers look-good, feel-good facial-focused spa services in 20- or 40-minute sessions to busy professionals and students at price points ranging from $25 to $175. Clients can book appointments online, and monthly memberships are available. Based in Minnesota, Face Foundrié launched in 2019 and has expanded to more than 30 locations across the country. [562 King St., facefoundrie.com]