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.
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.
The renovated Holsum Lofts, a former bread factory turned mixed-retail space, is home to this winning paper-goods resource. From Las Vegas' Arts District neighborhood store listing.
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.
The attention to detail at this French flea market-themed shop is extraordinary: One corner holds a mad-scientist desk strewn with ledgers and old vitrines; in another, a table is set for a Victorian tea party, complete with pretty sweets. From Savannah's Broughton Street neighborhood store listing.
At this exquisite gift shop, it's easy to get inspired by the creatively arranged offerings: One aquatic-themed area is filled with chunks of brain coral, sconces made from shells, and hefty coffee table books about life by the sea. From Savannah's Downtown Design District neighborhood store listing.
The most expansive indoor mall in Cancun amply rewards shoppers who traverse its floors. There's Envy, which carries designer labels like D&G and Polo; Sybele, an upscale retailer purveying clothing and offbeat items; and Majolica, a tiny shop that sells reproduction portraits of Frida Kahlo.
This airy and highly strollable mall has its fair share of boutiques worth visiting, including mod home-decor shop Bassik (we love the giant bowls made from Mexican tzalam wood) and Tequila House, a trinket shop that offers strikingly accurate clay figurines made in your likeness—with a short turnaround time ($35 and up).