Junk House 31
Based in: Jensen Beach
How it started: Amanda Taylor has an affinity for “junk” collecting. But now, she has a place to put – and share – it. Junk House 31 opened in November of last year after Taylor and her husband moved to Jensen Beach from North Carolina. “I have a passion for unique finds,” Taylor says. So, she frequents estate sales, auctions, yard sales and flea markets in search of quirky items, like the old rusty buckets and oyster shell chandeliers available now. Taylor’s main market is in furniture sales, but buyers can also find anything from artwork to dish towels at the store.
business philosophy: “I just want to really offer things that appeal to everybody,” Taylor says.
Junk House 31 in a few words: Funky, junky furniture.
Favorite product: The painted furniture pieces. “They are a reflection of me and my style, and it’s also very coastal and beach-y looking,” Taylor says. Price Range: $5-$1,000, but most pieces fall between $50-$300.
Where To FIND IT: At the Jensen Beach-based store.