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Picnic on Picnic

Come here for journals, calendars, pens, organizers, and notebooks of every shape, size, page count, and color—at prices largely running way under $25.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Swimmer

An inordinate amount of hair baubles, umbrellas, pillowcases, pajamas, dishware, and suitcases, all emblazoned with cartoony images (dancing gumdrops, winking clouds), is crammed into this impossibly tiny space.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Tokyu Hands

One of the best-known stores in Tokyo, this seven-level behemoth sells a little of everything, from wrapping paper to kitchen utensils.
From Tokyo's Shibuya neighborhood store listing.

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Hejfina

When Heiji Choy-Black opened her iconoclastic store—a Lucky favorite—back in 2004, there was nothing like it in town. She took a chance on esoteric, then-unknown lines, and her indie-centric focus has not wavered.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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Sprout Home

Dedicated to unusual foliage and well-designed accoutrements used to nurture them (curvy glazed vessels, minimalist steel watering cans); it also offers a range of outdoor-themed goods, like buried-wood platters and blown-glass bird feeders.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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Willow

Housed in a refurbished neighborhood watering hole, Willow is warm, inviting, and full of decorative objects with a vintage undercurrent—handcarved-owl bookends, Sarah Cihat rehabilitated dishware, vases that resemble tiny motor homes, and crayon-bright melamine lunch trays.
From Chicago's Bucktown/Wicker Park/Ukranian Village neighborhood store listing.

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Greer

This paper goods shop has the intimate ambience of an eccentric professor’s study.
From Chicago's Old Town/Gold Coast/River North neighborhood store listing.

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Site

One of the city's best (and least-known) new home decor emporiums—check out its cut-glass candy dishes, spiny dried sea urchins, and mushroom-shape curio shelves.
From New York City's Astoria neighborhood store listing.

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Aunt Sadie's

Best known for its whimsical candle-in-a-can line, this shop has an old-timey feel, and stocks themed books, soaps, accessories, and decorative items for home and garden.
From Boston's South End neighborhood store listing.

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Vellum

For chic and classy stationery, wrapping paper, and notecards, this fun South End paperie can't be beat.
From Boston's South End neighborhood store listing.

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