Meet Stacey Leuliette

Originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Stacey Leuliette now spends her time between Nantucket, Massachusetts, and Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to living in Nantucket and Palm Beach, she received a business degree from Southern Methodist University, and began her career at Ralph Lauren in merchandising and presentation, which laid the foundation for her design aesthetic and helped her develop a discerning eye for consistency in lifestyle branding, marketing, standards, and directives across all platforms.

Stacey left Ralph Lauren to open her own home and gift boutique in the town she grew up in, and from there began her own interior design business, which she has had for over 6 years. In addition to running her own business, Stacey has enjoyed roles at Saks Fifth Avenue as Marketing and PR Director in Palm Beach, and at F. Schumacher as sales manager for the Washington, D.C., territory.

As a small business owner herself, supporting the community that surrounds independent businesses has long been a cause near and dear to Stacey’s heart. She is passionate about the mission of TSG, and is excited to share and celebrate the incredible community of Palm Beach and help independently owned businesses connect with others in her new role as Editor/Owner of The Scout Guide Palm Beach.

Stacey is a passionate, curious individual. She is happiest when her body is in motion, and when she’s not working, you’ll most likely find her on a bike, on a yoga mat, on the water sailing, or exploring on her rollerblades. She loves entertaining with friends, traveling, and spoiling her two pups, Mackie and Monty Scout.

Stacey’s Favorite Reasons to Visit

Reason 1

The thrill of the hunt. Palm Beach is a Mecca for those who love to explore one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques! There is no shortage of wonderful antique, vintage, and retail gems that you won’t find anywhere else. Antique Row, Worth Avenue, and our charming Vias will keep even the most discerning shopper delighted for days. Happy hunting!

Reason 2

The history and community. Palm Beach has long been a playground for generations of snowbirds looking to escape the harsh winters up north, but in recent years we have developed into a young, vibrant, year-round community that celebrates our history and heritage and is a destination for thriving businesses. Palm Beachers are very active, engaged, and philanthropic. This dedicated group keeps our historic and artistic institutions thriving and offers a very busy social calendar as well! The storied Worth Avenue, Flagler Museum, and countless other architectural marvels of Addison Mizner, Joseph Urban, Maurice Fatio, and Marion Sims Wyeth make Palm Beach truly a special place unlike any other!

Reason 3

The sun, the surf, and the sand. Beautiful beaches, sunshine, and palm trees—what more can you ask for? We do live in Paradise! Palm Beach is a natural wonderland with plenty of places to explore. I love the lake trail that runs around the island and the beautiful gardens at The Society of the Four Arts.


WORDS TO LIVE BY:  “Live in the sunshine, Swim in the sea, Drink the wild air.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson