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Offering sleek home furnishings and an excellent CD bar with listening stations, this trendy spot features loose-fitting casualwear from European lines, and lots of cool lounge music CDs.
From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.

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Design Within Reach

This home accessories and design shop caters to furniture junkies looking for reproductions of such modern masters as Eames, Starck, Saarinen, and Noguchi.
From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.

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Details at Home

This is one of South Beach's largest home accessories stores, with a vibe that is contemporary and mostly casual.
From Miami's Miami Beach neighborhood store listing.

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Art Star

Metalsmith Erin Waxman and ceramicist Megan Brewster opened this gallery/store to sell clothing, paintings, and an amusingly esoteric variety of odds and ends by rising local talents.
From Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood store listing.

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Conspiracy Showroom

The brainchild of three locals, this shop offers items from their collections, along with works from some of their talented friends.
From Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood store listing.

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Very Bad Horse

Steven Tyler has been known to stockpile designer Kim Montenegro's skintight jeans, and we understood why: They mold to your body like they're tailor-made, and they instantly endow you with badass sexiness.
From Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood store listing.

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Bruges Home

This spacious home store puts a twist on contemporary living by offering textured throw pillows from California's Lauren Saunders, Bulgaria's Bulgar swirl-patterned dishes, and sunny travel bags from Japan's Uchi as part of its quest to bring fresh, international lines to Philly.
From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.

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Foster's Urban Homeware

It's impossible to take life too seriously at this sunny home accessory-cum-toy store.
From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.

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Scarlett Alley

It's easy to spend hours inspecting the dizzying amounts of gifts sold at this Old City institution.
From Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood store listing.

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AIA Bookstore and Design Center

We've come to count on the unusual gifts at the shop for the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Architects (take-out menu organizers, unusual card games, creative kiddie toys and books).
From Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood store listing.

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Bluemercury

Filled with Darphin self-tanner, Tocca candles, and Calypso Christiane Celle perfume, the Rittenhouse branch of this East Coast chainlet looks like a spare photo studio transplanted into a stately townhouse.
From Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood store listing.

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Petulia's Folly

Done up with appliquéd Kyrgyzstanian tapestries and an engraved wood entry arch from Zanzibar, Petulia's is famed for home and wardrobe essentials that reflect its global-modern aesthetic, including Moroccan-print Antik Batik tops, Mexican clay cachepots, Italian silverware, and flats from Sigerson Morrison.
From Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood store listing.

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South Moon Under

This mini chain started in the '60s as a Maryland surf shop, and that laid-back vibe is still felt on all four levels of the large store.
From Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood store listing.

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Hello World

Both branches of this local home accessories favorite offer a similar variety of retro-influenced ceramics, Indian textiles, and assorted handbags and jewelry.
From Philadelphia's South Street neighborhood store listing.

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Open House

Handblown glass candlesticks, colorful melamine dishware, pint-size vases designed to hold just a single bud, and other bound-to-be-adored gifts proliferate at this neatly organized design resource.
From Philadelphia's South Street neighborhood store listing.

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