The Mouse Market
This jewelry shop filled with mouse-sized food is sure to put a smile on your face. Who wouldn’t want to go through life wearing doughnut earrings? A person who hates fun, that’s who.
If you feel like you’re constantly going through airport security checkpoints, this is the shop for you. Flight 001 has everything you need to “upgrade your travel”: from luggage and passport holders to plane travel necessities and maps. Make sure to check out their offerings before your next vacation or work trip.
Your bed longs for you to cover it in a fun duvet cover from Arrow Home. Your dining room table pines to be adorned with their cool place mats and napkins.
Need some new art for your walls? Head to Gallery Nucleus. It has over 879 prints from artists in a wide variety of different styles, there’s no way you won’t be able to find something that you’ll love.
Pricing: Most of the prints run from around $20 to $35, but there are some larger or limited edition prints at higher price points.
Hansel From Basel
Socks, socks, socks! To be more specific: stylish socks with patterns featuring things like high heels and mermaids. While they have the biggest selection of women’s socks, they also carry pairs in men’s and children’s sizes.
Hygge & West
Walls covered in Hygge & West’s glorious wallpaper will make bare walls jealous. If you don’t want to make a long-term commitment to one particular pattern, they offer removable wallpaper tiles. Pricing: $140 to $190 per roll, $15 to $33 for a wallpaper tile.
It can be hard to find inexpensive jewelry that’s *also* attractive…that’s why you’ll be happy when you check out the necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets at Erica Weiner. Pricing: The Erica Weiner Collection runs around $30 to $95, but the shop also carries vintage jewelry, wedding bands, and engagement rings at higher price points.
I Heart Guts
At first you may think, Why the hell would I need a plush organ? But give it some more thought! A tonsil for your cousin who’s having surgery, a brain for your niece who just graduated from high school, a heart for your sister who just got over a bad breakup.
The Evolution Store
Do you want to start adding to your childhood rock collection again? Would you like to decorate your home with a chart that looks like it belongs in a classroom from the 1950’s? Dream of having bugs hanging from your earlobes? Head to the Evolution Store to find “science and natural history collectibles, artifacts, gifts, and home furnishings.” Pricing: Some of their offerings are definite splurges, but they have plenty of things at lower price points.