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Established in 1989, Leslie Flynt has always been a special haven of a shop on the historic Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Your experience browsing and buying with us will be filled with variety, color, excellent customer service, and a carefully selected grouping of handcrafted and high-quality home and kitchen decor, furniture, one-of-a-kind clothing, body care products, textiles, stationery, paintings, and so much more.
Many of our product lines are sourced locally or from the Southwest, and you’ll also find folk art from Latin America to Europe to India and beyond. We pride ourselves on meticulously curating the shop, from the largest pine bureau down to the smallest cheese knife, all set to an eclectic and heartwarming soundtrack of classic artists that will transport you from average shopper to world explorer as you soak up our offerings.
Browse through our website and see why we’ve been a local favorite for years. Clients from coast to coast have also become regular fans of our collection of hand-crafted furniture, decorative accessories, folk art, and unique items handmade by skilled artists and artisans across the Americas. We’ve created our own special blend of folk art, whimsy, quality, and elegance for you to enjoy.
See something you like? We hope we’ve enticed you to come in and visit, but you can always call or email to purchase an item or ask any questions you may have. Either way, you’ll receive the consideration and attentiveness we’re famous for!
Check our website often to see our most current items, or let us know what you’re looking for and we will be more than happy to email you photos.

¡Mi casa es su casa!

About Shop Owner Leslie Flynt

Leslie Flynt Talbot was born in Houston, Texas, and pursued a degree in Anthropology at the University of Texas A&M, in College Station, Texas. She applied her studies to galleries specializing in Pre-Columbian art in Houston before moving to Santa Fe in 1987. There, she continued working for Economos Works of Art, honing her eye for and expertise in antique folk art, jewelry, and furniture. Her knowhow of the origins of Latin American folk art, textiles, and adornments, as well as her budding love for New Mexico and knack for business, led her in 1989 to open her own gallery/shop, on Canyon Road, the official art road of Santa Fe. Since the beginning, brimming with small-scale vendors and local painters and furniture makers, antique Latin American paper artistry and textiles, her story was always one step ahead of the traditional galleries nearby, crafting a blend of accessible home furnishings and fine collector’s items. Leslie’s husband is also a local art entrepreneur, and her daughter currently lives in Mexico.