"Downtown Raleigh features a wide array of boutiques with eclectic gifts, stylish accessories and home decor; most are independently owned and operated. ... Deco Raleigh (19 W. Hargett St.) is stuffed with darling merchandise guaranteed to enhance the whimsy factor of your home."
Published September 18, 2017. Read the full article here.
"That includes Root & Branch, a gift shop that will feature local products, including the work of local artists and businesses. It is a joint venture between Las Vegas-based Marshall Retail Group, Raleigh-based Deco Raleigh and Wilmington’s Edge of Urge."
Published March 23, 2017. Read the full article here.
"The new store will also stock mostly local products found in living rooms and dining rooms, said DECO owner Pam Blondin. She hopes to sell glassware, towels, rugs and small furniture items that appeal to the increasing number of people moving into downtown apartments. '“This is the kind of store for people who have graduated from IKEA,”' Blondin said."
Published Aug. 31, 2016. Read the full article here.
"No place splits the middle more capably than DECO Raleigh, a small downtown space with big ideas. Owner Pam Blondin has somehow shoved distinct atmospheres into her one corner, so that the crowded shelves and circuitous aisles suggest a thrift shop, while the goods themselves can make the place feel a touch fancy."
Published June 8, 2016. Read the full article here.
"A rainbow flag flies outside Deco Raleigh on West Hargett Street in downtown. A sign opposing HB2 hangs in the window. '"Inviting everyone in means good business,'" said owner Pam Blondin."
Published April 18, 2016. Read the full article here.
"The Holly Aiken DECO Raleigh collection features a textured honeycomb vinyl bag in black and white with a hand-cut diamond motif. The collection includes five bag styles, such as the Coupe medium tote and Blast wallet, along with newer silhouettes like the Auxiliary cross-body bag, among others."
Published Aug. 26, 2015. Read the full article here.
"Blondin has sold an eclectic collection of art, clothing, jewelry and pottery at the intersection of South Salisbury and Hargett streets for nearly three years. In the last year, she has heard from dozens of prospective retailers seeking her advice – and only one, an ice-cream shop called Treat, ever opened for business."
Published May 22, 2015. Read the full article here.
"From kitchy greeting cards to one-off pieces of ceramic art, Deco will sell merchandise that should reach a large spectrum of shoppers, from kids to adults."
Published Oct. 30, 2012. Read the full article here.