Perfect for home goods and gifts, this shop has an impressive selection of vintage silver from the best hotels and restaurants across the world. From San Francisco's The Haight and Clement Street neighborhood store listing.
Choose from bags by local designer Delilah Crown, tees by Lotta Jansdotter and Talla, and vases by Rae Dunn at this hip shop. From San Francisco's Hayes Valley neighborhood store listing.
This cavernous converted auto garage is filled with affordable modern home furnishings, plus lighting, local art, candles, and books. From Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood store listing.
This home furnishings shop takes knickknacks up a notch with pretty pillows, candleholders, starburst mirrors, and seaside-inspired accents. From Seattle's Downtown neighborhood store listing.
You'll find a little of everything in this lifestyle store, including simple but beautiful recycled wood furniture, Mud Australia tabletop, Anne Black porcelain and housewares, Mandarina Duck handbags, contemporary jewelry from Adina, local Jill Renae sterling silver jewelry, and the shop's signature urchinlike bleached coconut shell lighting. From Seattle's Belltown neighborhood store listing.
Stocked with modern home furnishings and accessories, this shop offers Atlantico Furniture, Roost accessories, Modernica furniture and lighting, original artwork, Dwell bedding, and Chilewich rugs and tabletop items. From Seattle's Belltown neighborhood store listing.
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.
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.
Located inside a decommissioned synagogue, this collectibles market really gets going on the weekends, when its basement opens and additional vendors arrive, including a batch of promising local designers. From Philadelphia's South Street neighborhood store listing.
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.