Midwest Living Review
Stacia's, a home and garden decor shop, makes you do a double take. At first the store—with its white walls, white pressed-tin ceiling, honey-color hardwood floors and black accents—looks like a pricey boutique with goods that are likely unaffordable. But when you take a closer look, you'll be quite surprised at what you find. The goods are definitely quality items, but they're not high-brow or off-the-chart expensive. They're smart, fun and uncommon, like the collectible Sid Dickens Memory Blocks, hand-crafted plaster wall decorations finished to a porcelain sheen, and Cucina kitchen products: wonderful-smelling soaps, counter sprays and lotions. There's also an array of unusual lamps and mirrors in styles ranging from shabby-chic to totally classy; fanciful metal artwork; and fun jewelry and accessories, like key chains crafted from old typewriter keys. A large selection of candles and holiday accessories is also sold.The shop opened in September 2011 to rave reviews.