Marche, like so many shops along State Street, are businesses whose parts are both seen and unseen. In store after store, the goods and merchandise are meticulously placed in well-lit spaces, according to the exactitude of the store’s owner, but the old bones of an old town are hidden down below, in basements that reveal an intricate but failing system of pipes and plumbing.
During the late afternoon and early evening hours of May 3, art, chocolate, bourbon and fine residential design converged under one roof to help a local organization.
The “Art, Bourbon and Chocolate” event, held at Stonehouse, a newly constructed Bentley Homes carriage home community on South Union Street in Kennett Square, raised funds for the Garage Community & Youth Center in the borough.
Frontline | Style | by Theodora Malison-Webb
Must Have - For the Home…
March is synonymous with spring cleaning. Give your décor a lift by adding some lively hues reflective of the season. “Wish,” a simplistic yet powerful original work by artist Susan Hable, has us yearning for warmer days. $890. Available at Marché, 123 E. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 444-1452, shoppemarche.com.
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