Not Too Shabby Boutique
Not Too Shabby Boutique crafts coastal chic and completely unique furnishings.
A visit to Not Too Shabby is best described as a feast for your eyes, serving up 10,000 square feet of eye candy.
The home design center offers all varieties of home furnishings and furniture but is most widely known for the custom-made, Not Too Shabby brand products, which are handmade by the owners, Marisol and Tony Gullo.
The couple moved to South Walton in 2001 and fell in love with the serenity of the coast.
With backgrounds in construction and art, and a newfound inspiration sparked by South Walton living, the couple began making furniture as a hobby that turned into a booming business.
Each of their pieces is one-of-a-kind and crafted from reclaimed wood and architecture, such as a dining room table built from a 250-year-old door from Istanbul.
Some of their signature pieces include headboards, coffee tables, dining room tables, end tables, mirrors, dressers and more.
Their finishes are distinct as Not Too Shabby has truly defined and encompassed the coastal chic style.
Whether it’s an in-store piece, custom build or refinishing the furniture you already own, Not Too Shabby’s work is easily recognized and applauded for its trendsetting style of being effortlessly beautiful and creatively curated.
The same can be said of Marisol’s artwork, which receives praise both in the store gallery and throughout the South Walton community.
She received the prestigious honor of South Walton 2017 Artist of the Year.
Coastal influences — such as beach scenes, marine life, birds and florals — are present alongside energetic hues and a variety of texture techniques.
Whether you are searching for specific pieces or are in need of style inspiration, their design experts can help you achieve your ideal look through their complimentary design services.
“Customers like doing business with us because they get to see and talk with us,” said Tony Gullo.
“We provide a personalized level of customer service, which people want when they entrust us with their heirlooms or custom pieces. It’s a great feeling to watch people’s faces light up when they see their transformed pieces. Their furniture is a canvas and we get to put our art on it.”