Retailer Spotlight: All Through The House

Happy Monday, friends! I'm so excited to introduce you to another one of MFF's fabulous retailers! All Through The House is located in one of the coolest shopping areas I've ever seen. Reynolda Village in Winston Salem, NC was once part of the R.J. Reynolds Family estate, one of the wealthiest tobacco families in North Carolina and the country. The estate buildings were modeled after an English Village, and now the shops, restaurants, and businesses of the Village occupy old school buildings, stables, guest quarters, you name it. How cool is that? All Through The House was the post office in the Village and carries beautiful home furnishings, jewelry, and a myriad of other lovely items.

I spoke with owner Agnes Butler about her personal style:


Mary Frances Flowers: Where are you located?

Agnes Butler: Reynolda Village in Winston Salem, NC

MFF: What does ATTH carry?

AB: A wide variety!.... Lee industries upholstery, Simon Pearce glass, Mary Frances Flowers Jewelry(!), cashmere and fur scarves, Beatriz ball tableware, Paperwhite clothing, TKEE shoes and sandals, antiques, books, pillows, etc

MFF: What is your personal home style?

AB: Not sure about this one. Constantly evolving.

MFF: What's the best hostess gift you've ever received?

 AB: Ummh... An oyster pottery plate from New Orleans and a divine coffee cake (beautifully displayed) from Greensboro.

MFF: If someone were visiting Winston Salem for the first time, what are three things they absolutely MUST do?

AB: Old Salem, Reynolda House, Wake Forest campus

MFF: What is your favorite Mary Frances Flowers piece?

AB: It would have to be your Lab Cuff since we love those pups!

All images taken from All Through The House's Facebook page .

All images taken from All Through The House's Facebook page .

Stopping by Reynolda Village when you're in the Winston area is 100% a MUST! I can't wait to get back up to that area in November. Be sure to stop by ATTH when you're there, and check out their Facebook page in the meantime.



Mary Frances