West Virginia Shop
Mark Soukup of Monroe County has been handmaking furniture in the tradition of the finest cabinetmakers for three decades.
What goes around comes around. After years of gathering dust, vinyl records are back in vogue—and West Virginia is teeming with record shops filled with vinyl, old and new.
This small West Virginia community rallied to save itself after the local grocer announced its closing.
West Virginia-made products make for the perfect gift during the holiday season. Our readers shared with us some of their favorite West Virginia-made gifts that they enjoy giving to their loved ones.
This little shop in Huntington celebrates 20 years of finely roasted coffees and nuts.
Charleston’s Contemporary Galleries is dedicated to fine furniture in a modern style.
Lewisburg’s favorite retailer is a local institution for clothes, accessories, shoes, and more.
Woofs Canine Accoutrements in Morgantown offers natural, holistic products for dogs and cats.
A makeover and new stores help Charleston Town Center celebrate 30 years in style.
At Two Rivers Treads in Shepherdstown, customers leave with much more than a new pair of running shoes.
There’s a new toy in town—or is it an old toy?
Rediscover The Art Colony Shops at The Greenbrier.
One-of-a-kind clothes and accessories at Aspire Uniqueness fill a void in Fairmont.
This extraordinary shop on Bridge Road is a popular destination for unique home goods, wedding registry, invitations, and more.
Whether packing for a honeymoon or taking your look from the office to an evening out, WV Living in Style blogger Katie Liz takes the shift dress from one look to the next in 3 easy steps.
Wells Home Furnishings, a family-owned furniture store in Charleston, turns houses into homes.
The designing ladies at Charles Town’s Dream House are doling out attainable high-end style one client at a time.