Gumball-sized opal rings by Kimberlin Brown. More about Open House Return to top. Before soap-making became a popular venture, there were Steve Duross and James Langel, a duo who made small batches of it in a tiny Midtown Village apartment. Made-in-Italy denim by Closed. Laid-back sporty lair punctuated by an impressive collection of memorabilia, like signed Iverson jerseys.
Floor-to-ceiling blond wood; slick modernity. Elevated streetwear from brands like Norse Projects, Herschel and Publish, alongside sneakers, raw denim and a colorful wall of bags.
The shop also carries an impressive selection of Taschen coffee-table books, which make perfect gifts for the hard to impress. The owners plan to launch a handful of shops across the city. Photograph by Courtney Apple. A selection of vintage and new apparel, plus accessories, art and lifestyle goods. More about Sugarcube Return to top. More about Trove General Store Return to top. Blue Octagon Photograph by Courtney Apple.
More about Blue Octagon Return to top. Restoration Hardware meets Design Within Reach. Furniture with an industrial bent alongside a hefty showing of mid-century modern reproductions.
More about Cella Luxuria Return to top. Vintage housewares and furniture. The selection at each outpost is determined by the size of the space. Fishtown is the largest dressers, bedroom furniture , followed by West Philly, the Piazza, East Passyunk and, finally, 4th Street dining chairs, little antiques.
Every day, Jinxed posts the best, newest pieces from all five locations — along with full item descriptions, prices and store phone numbers — on its Instagram feed. The first to call gets the goods. More about Jinxed Return to top. Since , the Jevremovic family has overseen this vast global emporium, a circus of antiques, oddities and curiosities that intrigues, baffles and very easily overwhelms — in the best way possible.
A cavernous 60,square-foot rehabbed warehouse, the former site of the historic Atwater Kent Radio Company. Antique and new furniture, art, architectural salvage, rugs and artifacts from all over the world — a riotous collection that makes Ikea look hopelessly sterile. Modern chairs, lounges and sofas upholstered in recycled sari fabrics. A big-time Philly media exec came here to buy ancient Indian elephant doors to use as garage doors for his Main Line manse.
More about Material Culture Return to top. Housed in an historic landmark building, this antiques emporium unfolds over four maze-like floors and has long been a destination for designers and lazy Saturday-afternoon browsers. A creaky, sometimes musty treasure hunt. Early American and British furniture, mid-century modern pieces, 19th-century French imports, Asian antiques, china, old movie props, vintage clothing, jewelry, silver, architectural artifacts and more, from 45 vendors.
If trend-less, timeless furniture has gotten lost in the clamor for stage-worthy statement decor, this Chadds Ford company reels us back in with its high-end collection of furnishings that span traditional to contemporary.
Owners Katie and Chad Groves offer design services and bespoke pieces. More about Studio Return to top. Three floors of vintage, salvaged and repurposed furniture and home accessories giant metal signs, lockers, factory lights and zinc-topped tables. Rod also makes custom furniture and can tailor a piece in the shop to your liking.
More about Zinc Home Return to top. Before soap-making became a popular venture, there were Steve Duross and James Langel, a duo who made small batches of it in a tiny Midtown Village apartment. Twelve years later, their 13th Street store is a perennial favorite among shoppers looking to stock their beauty arsenals with all-natural products that have Philly roots.
Soap, candles, lotions, balms, deodorant, shampoo, body wash, scrubs, perfumes, beard oil, aftershave, and anything else that belongs in or near a tub. Last spring, the shop expanded to include an upstairs hair salon and a third-floor yoga studio. Handcrafted and vintage jewelry, bags, cards, clothing, housewares, and artisanal goods and gifts.
More about Occasionette Return to top. When Liz Sieber planted roots here back in , it was just far enough off the Rittenhouse retail path to be a gamble. But her intensely curated selection made it a cult-loved destination for discerning shoppers weary of gifty go-tos like Paper Source. A teensy yet endlessly shoppable emporium. Thoughtfully designed little luxuries — from paper goods and jewelry to home and apothecary — with a strong Japanese influence.
More about Omoi Zakka Shop Return to top. When Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran set out to transform 13th Street from a desolate stretch to a buzzy destination, their first map-marking venture was Open House, a star of a gift shop that has consistently shined since its opening in Home accessories, tableware, baby goods, jewelry, and anything else you could possibly want to give — or get — as a gift.
More about Open House Return to top. Spa-like, with relaxing music, a trickling water feature, pale dove-gray rocks lining the perimeter, and a tea bar that serves up complimentary cups. Imported Japanese goods, like tissue holders and brass trivets that look like sculpture; lightweight but super-absorbent yoshi towels; artisan-made copper cookware, and desk accessories and gifts that make the mundane suddenly beautiful.
More about Rikumo Return to top. Eclectic gifts, art, vintage trinkets and home accessories, and the occasional furniture piece.
Stadler is known for his fashion sketches, and he does custom illustrations. An online store and gallery in June. More about Stadler-Kahn Return to top.
This shop has been a mainstay for 42 years — a sprawling two-building hub where monied Main Liners go gift-hunting and to seriously trick out their patios. Flowers real and silk , gifts, outdoor furniture and home accessories.
The shop boasts two cafes. Cafe Loftus brews La Colombe coffee based in Philadelphia and has the best coffee beans ever and has a vibe of relaxed European cafe with simple s…. I enjoyed the atmosphere and the menu had many choices Need a Credit Card? Compare top-rated credit cards Excellent, average and poor credit. Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your shopping collection!
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Hotels Lodging Corporate Lodging Motels. In addition to its showstopping array of entrees, Vedge offers a full cocktail list, each drink infused with creative floral and botanical additions. This must-visit vegetarian restaurant sits in an artfully designed space less than one block from The Independent Hotel. This Philly favorite operates three locations, one of which is just steps away from The Independent Hotel.
Brunch and dinner each offers a collection of sublime dishes, including Pan-Roasted Whole Porgy with heirloom radishes and shishito peppers, Brown Butter Glazed Potato Gnocchi, and Duck Pappardelle with wine-scented apricots. A wide variety of restaurants and dining options under one roof.
Stop by for a sit down meal or pop-in for a quick bite on the go. Walnut Street and Liberty Place offer designer wares, jewelers and upscale boutiques. For edgy clothing, retro and designer furniture, try Old City. Nearby, Pine Street yields an eclectic mix of antiques, gifts and toys. For serious jewelry, Sansom Street shines. Located on the north end of Midtown Village, Marcie Blaine Artisanal Chocolates is a great place to pick up a sweet gift for a loved one or a tasty treat for yourself.
The chocolate is made using locally and regionally sourced ingredients, including cream and butter from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and herbs and honey from nearby farms.
Shopping in Old City —Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia Get ready to engage in some serious retail therapy in Philadelphia, where shoppers find options to fit every age, taste and budget. While Rittenhouse Square and other high-end areas are perennial destinations for the latest looks, pocket neighborhoods like Midtown Village, Fishtown and Old City each offer their own unique allure. Today's Hours: am - pm more» Home; About Us; One Liberty Observation Deck; Store Specials. Home» Attractions & Things to Do in Philadelphia» Philadelphia Shopping Guide. Shopping in Philadelphia. Walnut Street and Liberty Place offer designer wares, jewelers and upscale boutiques. For edgy clothing, retro and designer furniture, try Old City. Nearby, Pine Street yields an eclectic mix of antiques, gifts and xajk8note.mlon: Locust St, Philadelphia, , PA.