Explore This Captivating Charleston Haven For Interior Enthusiasts


Juliska interior with large wood china cabinet filled with blue-and-white dishes, vases and cannisters

Workshop space with wood tables and dining chairs with exposed brick walls at Juliska

An emporium of wonder on King Street, Juliska’s 4,000-square-foot Charleston flagship store transformed a 19th-century building into a dazzling brand experience across multiple floors.

Conceptual designer Douglas Little teamed with interior designer Patti Wilbourne to outfit the space, which boasts a signature mural of the Juliska Country Estate and a staircase with custom newel posts reminiscent of ginger jars—both painted by local artist Ben Oliverio. On the ground floor, period-original carved-wood shelving provides a showcase for curated seasonal displays, including new fall intro Blenheim Oak, a faux bois collection inspired by the woods of Oxfordshire.

Upstairs, the table-setting studio and design parlor join the Bohemian Bar housing mouth-blown glass from the Czech Republic, along with a sunlit workshop for teaching everything from flower arranging to watercolor painting. Finally, in the courtyard garden, the L’amour Toujours Café serves fare in an elegant fashion: upon Juliska glass and ceramic wares.