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SoLo

A former shipbuilding warehouse serves as the spacious quarters for this showroomlike housewares store, which is broken up into dozens of creatively themed areas, from vintage industrial to antique botanical.

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The Plait Lady

Ask locals the best place to go for baskets and they'll direct you to this tiny Caribbean-colored spot, set up to look like a seaside shack (there's even a faux porch indoors, complete with rocking chairs). Owner Clare Sands regularly visits the remote Out Islands of the Bahamas in search of new artisans to plait rolls of straw that are sewn into baskets, bags, and trays by additional artists; stop by during the weekend and see weavers demonstrate their craft.

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Bamboo-Bamboo

Decorative items with an oceanic theme—scallop-shaped salt cellars, antique sailor valentines, delicate carved-bone crab figurines equipped with grasping pincers— are on offer at this elegant year-old shop, owned by New York City-based interior decorators John Fondas and Andrew Raquet.

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Belongings

Three prominent local architects joined forces to open this year-old home goods store, which has the vibe of a ritzy coastal cottage: Old-fashioned seashell prints and mother-of-pearl-framed mirrors line the walls, ceramic stools and shagreen end tables rest atop seagrass carpet, and earthy touches—alabaster Buddha hands, mounted coral branches, sand-dollar-shaped pewter bowls-provide decorative accents.

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The House

While this Southeast Asian-themed store originally sold only furniture, over the years its repertoire has expanded to include modern tabletop wares, clothing, and accessories, along with offbeat picks, like lacquered fish statues and giant triptychs of Indian temples.

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Antiques at the Market and Café

Located blocks from the airport, this 25,000-square-footer is a clearinghouse for items ranging from Victorian fainting couches to bright Blenko decanters.
From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.

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Bonanza Gifts

Visit this trinket heaven to get the best souvenir in the city: a $1 pack of decommissioned casino playing cards, from locations obscure (The Barbary Coast) and legendary (The Golden Nugget).
From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.

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Boulder City Antique Mall

Intrepid shoppers on their way to Hoover Dam should stop by this unsung source for its sanely priced curios.
From Las Vegas' Other Vegas Finds neighborhood store listing.

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Summerlin

This upscale suburb has a wealth of hip retailers, most of which are gathered in breezy, palm-fringed complexes.
From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.

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Odaones (previously called: Hecho a Mano)

The amount of rustic, Mexican-influenced home decor and furniture at this popular shop is nothing short of amazing. Work your way from room to room (the place is huge) in search of weathered punched-tin star-shaped lanterns (from $45) and other similarly traditional items. 160 Calle Zaragoza, 52-322-223-14-55

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