Old Made Good

Two DIY-minded girlfriends—one restores ’50s armchairs, the other turns antique coins into pendant necklaces—launched this store for homemade creations, vintage housewares, and witty cards. In 2013, they expanded to a 2,500 square foot space and did what any sensible people would do: covered every inch of the floor in gold glitter.

3701B Gallatin Pike, 615-432-2882, old​made​good​.com

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The Webster Cofounder Laure Heriard Dubreuil's Guide To Miami

Laure Heriard Dubreuil, cofounder of the impossibly chic boutique The Webster, proves there’s more to Miami than the beach. Here’s where she gets her culture fix.

St. Regis Bal Harbour

We opened our Webster Cabana at the St. Regis Bal Harbour in October—it’s the perfect getaway from the South Beach craziness. And the vibe is pure art deco: vintage wallpapers and Paul Frankl furniture. 9703 Collins Ave., 305-993-3300

Las Tias

Besides The Webster, I love to shop at the consignment store Las Tias. You can find gorgeous 1920s and 1970s furniture as well as a tightly edited collection of clothing, jewelry and more. 2638 SW 28th Ln., 305-573-4198

Wynwood Arts District

Take a day off from the sun and explore the Wynwood Arts District. It has such incredible creative energy—so many established and up-and-coming artists expressing themselves not just in the galleries but also on the street, with graffiti and wall murals. Check out Gallery Diet and the Rubell Family Collection while you’re there. 174 NW 23rd St., 305-571-2288; 95 NW 29th St., 305-573-6090


For dinner with a view, head to Juvia, a rooftop restaurant overlooking South Beach that specializes in French, Japanese and Peruvian food.1111 Lincoln Rd., 305-763-8272