Little Sparrow Gallery is a new destination for unique gifts, housewares, and home furnishing, that will help you “build your nest”.
Little Sparrows Founder, Eden, believes that creating a home is similar to painting a piece of her art. It’s a little messy, full of trial and error, things you might want to paint over and always evolving, but in the end it is a completion of the journey.
Little Sparrow inventory offers high-quality goods that will help create inspirational, memory-filled homes, that are a haven for your creativity. We carry a variety of home decor including lamps, linens, & distinctive accessories. Daily necessities for life’s big moments or every day adventures like jewelry, inspirational gifts, candles, paper products, cards, & Eden’s personal favorite — Gurgle Pots. Displayed throughout the store are one-of-a-kind art pieces made by Eden herself along with other curated local artists.
Little Sparrow Gallery prides itself in giving back by using charitable vendors and donating to local business.
Come feather your nest with our uncommon collection of goods and art services
My name is Eden. I am the owner and founder of Little Sparrow Gallery. The idea to start a business was honestly birthed out of a realization that life doesn’t always go as planned. Somewhere between my graduation from art school in the Pacific Northwest & Dolly Parton’s music, I learned my passion lay not in art specifically, but rather, in how applying art & collected elements can make a house a “home”.
So with a million questions and no plan I moved back home to Florida from Washington State with my dog to begin renovating an old family property. I put my self to work and prayed.
On July 15th 2019, I opened my doors to what ever the future may hold. I am excited each day to make new relationships and use the talents God has given me to bring joy to others. I am proud to offer custom watercolor pieces, as well as in home decorating consultations and design.
Right off of Eglin Prkwy, next to JunkYard Dog thriftstore, Located in our Quaint Cottage from the 1950's