Remember when you had a crush on that boy in high school, and the first thing you did when you got your driver’s license was drive by his house, like, five times each night? Ah, we recall the classic “drive-by” affectionately; it was the safest, most mild form of stalking.
At Your Heart Out, we’re still vulnerable to a crush or two, though these days, they take different forms. Our latest crush is on a store—and call us shallow, but the attraction stems solely from a pretty face.
The Light Spot (2927 S. Highland Drive) has our favorite window display in town. We find ourselves driving by regularly, and the shop isn’t necessarily on the way home, if you know what we mean.
We’ve learned that the Light Spot’s crushable ways are twofold: not only is it good to look at, it’s smart. The savvy shop brings us the hard-to-find (and fit in the budget) products you see featured in the pricey but well-designed spreads of Metropolitan Home and Architectural Digest. The first time we saw the infamous Louis Ghost Armchair “in person” was in its sexy, vast windows.
Currently, they’ve got a cool wintery-night/oversized snowflake thing going on, a display made from unique pendant lights they carry. We do our best to provide good photos, but as with most good things—like Hawaii in December—it’s best to see it in person. If your old “drive-by” ways see a rebirth, we won’t hold it against you.