BELLEAIR BLUFFS – After sharing space in Clearwater for over two years, the Lemon Tree Vintage Market has opened its own store in The Alley at 596 Indian Rocks Road in Belleair Bluffs.
Bringing its unique collection of refreshed antiques, painted furniture, salvaged goods, home décor and gifts, the Lemon Tree offers shoppers the opportunity to find that one-of-a-kind piece to create their own distinctive style.
The Lemon Tree joins 14 other retail shops in the Artisans Marketplace in The Alley, which houses a bakery, diner, home décor experts/designers, antique stores, a garden/florist and more.
“We feel a particular affinity toward the Alley and Belleair Bluffs because of the variety of stores in this great community. It’s a great place to start and grow a business.” said Amy Lemons McDermott, owner of the Lemon Tree, in a press release. “If you can’t find what you are looking for at The Lemon Tree, I am sure you can find it elsewhere in The Alley.”
With over 15 years in the design and home décor business, McDermott is enthusiastic about the opportunities her new store brings.
Charlie Grose, owner of The Alley, is excited about the addition of The Lemon Tree and other stores to the Artisans Marketplace.
“We offer a quaint shopping experience in which folks can discover a wide range of gifts, antiques, and repurposed furniture,” said Grose. He likes the renewed interest The Alley is garnering and sees it as a charming place to shop in Belleair Bluffs.
The Alley will be hosting the Belleair Vintage Market Sunday, Nov. 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will feature more than 60 arts, crafts, and antique vendors as well as live music, fall foods, great shopping and DIY workshops offered by Market 516 and Dixie Belle Paint.