Nashville suffers from no lack of antiques, and a fair percentage of the city's selection is on the affordable side. This mall, located in an old warehouse, has the added bonus of being near railroad tracks: Listening to the rattle of trains while browsing is surprisingly relaxing.
Near the Tennessee State Fairgrounds (don't miss the flea market there on the fourth weekend of every month), this gift shop is a worthwhile destination not only because it has a seven-foot-tall spaceship on display in the front yard, but also for its ample selection of well-priced knickknacks.
This Southern home-goods chainlet caters to individuals looking to add the perfect vintage reproduction lamp or mod color-blocked pillow to their decor. The store's prices are on the affordable side, which makes a splurge on a set of Moroccan tea glasses ($8 each) or a sari-covered picture frame ($14) entirely acceptable.
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
Located next to its sister stores Serafina and Sirenas (see nos. 10 and 11), this Mexican handicrafts boutique always tops our list. It carries a plethora of items awash in color, like bright embroidered pillows (from $40) and intricately painted talavera ceramics (from $8).
This shop is a hotbed of expertly handcrafted items for the home, including punched-tin heart and cross ornaments (from $6) and hefty handpainted platters ($20 and up).
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.
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.
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.
Hit up this meandering antique source for its collectible casino paraphernalia: chips, dice, ashtrays, swizzle sticks. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.