Objects that focus on form as much as function, like simple Danish glassware, are mainstays of this architect-owned stop.
Inside this ivy-covered brick 1870s store front, you'll find a well-edited, affordable selection of antique furniture.
Delicate bone-china teacups and saucers painted with flowers are a steal here (about $18 per set). The store is tiny, so take the time to check out the selection of silver platters and costume jewelry as well.
Everything here cultivates a cool, modern aesthetic: White votive holders shaped like anemones, oversize coffee-table books, gem-studded Alexis Bittar acrylic necklaces, and art deco-inspired Lafco soaps round out the mix.
Every Georgia red clay mug, vase, plate, and pitcher is made on-site by a team of local potters at this charming ceramics studio.
Located in an old five-and-dime, this crafty store is one of those places you'll remember long after you leave. It's full of affordable, functional one-offs by artists, like collaged passport covers and handpainted decks of cards.
This gift emporium holds witty offerings like handknit slippers designed to look like sneakers and ingenious mini purses that organize all of your bag essentials.
An enormous, two-level multi-department store devoted to of-the-moment, under-$50 clothing and fun housewares.
Discover a batch of home accessories and jewelry by esteemed Nordic brands including Holmegaard, Marimekko, Iittala, Pilgrim, and Normann Copenhagen.
Cheery gift shop located in one of the oldest homes in Missoula.