South Walton’s Artist of the Year, Marisol Gullo, opens her latest labor of love—the new location of Not Too Shabby Boutique—in Miramar Beach on August 31 from 5-8 p.m. In addition to hors d’oeuvres, specialty cocktails by Cuvee Kitchen, and live music from Chris Alvarado, guests can expect a treat for the eye and the soul. Not Too Shabby features one-of-a-kind home furnishings and décor that Marisol and her husband, Tony Gullo, hand-select and restore. The Gullos travel the world in search of architecturally unique pieces to fill the new boutique, which is substantially larger than the previous location. “We put a lot of time and effort into choosing the pieces, that way we can guarantee each one is special” Marisol said. Upon returning to her studio with treasures, as she calls them, Marisol hand-mixes colors to create the perfect palette to restore the furnishings and uphold their artisanship. “Every piece speaks to me, and I love to see how the pieces transform from average to exceptional,” she added. From sconces to armoires, her philosophy is simple and authentic: re-found, revived, reloved. In addition to re-loving vintage furnishings, Marisol and Tony also build custom furniture and offer a line of custom linens, upholstery, and lighting. “At Not Too Shabby, art meets furniture. Every piece is artistically made,” she explained. See more of Tony and Marisol Gullo’s artistic home collection during their grand opening at 9755 U.S. Highway 98 West in Miramar Beach or at nottooshabbyboutique.net.