It may have a militaristic name, but there are no obnoxious drill sergeants barking orders during this early-morning, one-hour class with friendly (but insistent) coaches who take you through planks, burpees, and clever team competitions.
We still love brown furniture, but sometimes galleries full of 19th century antiques can feel, well, dated. With 60,000 square feet and more than 100 dealers, 14th Street now claims to be the South’s largest “Curated Group Shop.”
Founders Christie Shepard and Chris Hutcheson—former textile executives who launched their website in 2016—have leveraged their love of travel into an online store that “promotes resort living every day.”
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