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The Gatti Group Boutiques

We believe in buying local here at The Gatti Group. Whenever possible, we love to support the small businesses within our great city of Louisville. Below are some of our favorites around town!

Hardware Stores

Oscar's Crescent Hill Hardware

One of the last independent hardware stores around. Oscar's stocks a nice variety of the common items as well as catering to the Crescent Hill neighborhood with necessities for older homes. They also have a nice selection of plants and gardening supplies. If you are looking for a break from the looming aisles of the basic big box chain, check out Oscar's.

Oscar's Crescent Hill Hardware
2628 Frankfort Ave
Louisville Ky 40206

Brownsboro Hardware & Paint

Two convenient locations is Prospect and St Matthews make this an easy stop. This hometown hardware store opened in 1960 and prides itself on superior customer service and quality products. The Prospect location also boasts a greenhouse stocked with plants and landscaping essentials. A variety of services including mailbox installation, window and screen repair and propane tank refilling are amoung the many offerings. Benjamin Moore and Porter paint selections are available as well as a color matching paint system. They provide Louisville's largest selection of Weber Grills and a USPS office onsite. Annual events also include grill demonstrations, home and garden shows and even a Big Green Egg University class so you can become a master on the grill.  

Brownsboro Hardware and Paint
4858 Brownsboro Rd
Louisville Ky 40207

9521 US Highway 42
Prospect Ky 40059

Book Stores

Carmichael's Bookstore

For 40 years, this charming bookstore (which has evolved into 3 locations in the Highlands and Crescent Hill) has provided both children and adults with a hand picked variety of books. The store name originates from the combination of the 2 owners Michael and Carol. The original owners remain in tact today as Carmichael's displays the truest sense of a family business employing over 30 individuals including a second generation. The Louisville history is evident in a pleasing selection of local pulications as well as the store buildings of yesteryear. Novels flow from the floor to essentially the ceiling and you can almost smell the nostalia of past decades. The most recent addition in 2014 was a completely separate brick and mortar Carmichael's Kids. As you might expect, this whimsical book store focuses on publications, toys and puzzles for the youth and even features story time twice a week. If you desire the smell of coffee as you enter a book store, not to worry. Bardstown Rd and Frankfort Ave locations are plopped within steps of Heine Brother's Coffee and the amazing Blue Dog Bakery!

Carmichael's Bookstore
1295 Bardstown Rd
Louisville Ky 40204

2720 Frankfort Ave
Louisville Ky 40206

Carmichael's Kids
1313 Bardstown Rd
Louisville Ky 40204

Antiques

Architectural Salvage

Located in Downtown Louisville since 1985, Architectural Salvage offers 24,000 square feet and 4 salvage yards of antiques! If you are desiring a unique decor item to give your home a little more character or looking to replace a hard to find item from years ago, this should be your first stop. Mantels, light fixtures and entryways are typically available in abundance. Reproductions are also a speciality and there is a diverse assortment of plumbing fixtures as well as antique door hardware. If you are downtown and want to take a peek at the items that adorned the historical Louisville homes, Architectural Salvage a treasure trove. 

Architectural Salvage
618 E Broadway 
Louisville Ky 40202