Angela Huang, the owner of Winds of Change, considers her clothing/accessory boutique to be her personal dollhouse. Set in a renovated, century-old coach house in Chagrin Falls, every room is intricately decorated with a specific theme. In the upstairs "lingerie" room, you'll find lacy black corsets, slinky camisoles in pastel colors, and form-fitting bodices ($20-$300) hanging over the bedposts of a romantic, canopied bed. The downstairs "shoe" room is decorated with such Victorian-inspired accents as a high-backed cherrywood chair with claw-foot legs and a matching wooden sofa with handcrafted carvings. The actual footwear is just as aesthetically pleasing. Recently on display were pointy-toed beige stiletto heels with chrome tips from the Italian designer Luichiny ($49) and gorgeous black boots from Olivia Rose Tal with cheetah straps and 1-1/4-inch heels ($259). To find these unique pieces, Huang travels to fashion shows around the world. "I'm looking for artistic, different, beautiful, magical clothes," she says.