This roundup features the shops with the pops, the goods that could, the vendors with the most splendor, and the stores with just that little bit more.
This special Luna edition features products inspired by ole “Pizza Pie Hits Yer Eye” itself, The Moon.
The Rise and Fall
What we love: We’ve purchased this kitchen towel for one of our own employees, so we can confirm that The Rise and Fall has top-notch printing. The high quality paired with their obvious love for the sun, moon, and stars is a winning combination. Their shop is full of clean, consistent photography, which makes the whole experience a dream.
What we love: SpaceWalk Pins has a laser-like focus on the theme of their products. They know exactly who they are: space-loving pin makers. Knowing what your shop is about helps a store owner quickly identify what will fit in their product lineup and who to target as their audience.
Betsy Croft Pottery
What we love: Betsy is an artist and potter based in Provo, Utah. Her shop is filled with ceramic pieces destined to fill your home with delight. We’re especially fond of her About page, which offers a glimpse into her personality and work. Folks get excited about supporting an artist who feels like a friend, so we’re glad that this potter lets visitors get to know her.
What we love: Chaparral Studio owner Bianca D’Amico leans into her California roots in the curation of her shop. Her shop includes west coast-centric patches, crystals full of good energy, and references to Bianca’s love of the local flora. Get to know Chaparral Studio better in our interview.
What we love: There’s a strong color palette across Hermetika’s product line that makes everything feel cohesive, but never boring. If you’re looking for something that feels full of mystical symbolism, stop now, because you’ve found it.
Iris De La Torre
What we love: Iris De La Torre designs jewelry that feel like they belong in a museum. Her shop is a great example of how an artist can leverage custom pages to tell their full story. For example, the Events page announces new exhibits of her work while other pages cover more standard shop details like product care and a list of stockists.