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By now, it’s no secret that Etsy’s the ultimate playground for all things handmade, one-of-a-kind, and even vintage — at reasonable prices, to boot. With the online seller count now well into the millions (yes, millions!), there’s SO much under-the-radar, where-did-you-get-that goodness that it actually borders on overwhelming. You can honestly scroll (and scroll. . .) for hours at a time.
That’s where we come in. To help streamline your shopping, we challenged ourselves to pick out some of the best Etsy shops across the country — one for every state, to be exact… because who doesn’t love to support local?
Here’s how we judged: each had to carry home pieces (duh), and we tried not to repeat any types of items too often. So, in the spirit of Fourth of July weekend, there’s no better time to celebrate small businesses and artists nationwide — you may even come across a few sales along the way. Obviously, check out your own home state first (plus any holiday travel destinations), then stay and scope out what the rest of the U.S. has to offer. You won’t be disappointed, promise.
Also, since our list had to be limited to just 50 and so many noteworthy sellers unfortunately couldn’t fit, know that you can actually filter your Etsy searches by location to explore even more. Leave us a comment below if you discover others worth browsing or have a favorite go-to!
From quirky wall hooks and planters to modern house numbers and outdoor seating, Drop Metal is your go-to for (you guessed it) metal pieces with a side of expert-level craftsmanship. Most of the selections can spruce up your backyard or home facade, but there is plenty for apartment dwellers, too.
Satisfy all your wildest bohemian macrame dreams with Anchorage-based shop Birch and Being, where you’ll find the usual suspects like wall hangings and planters, in addition to coasters, keychains, and mini essential oil diffusers that can fit in your car.
Bring home an adorable finished hoop from Sunday Mornings Shop, or kick off your own embroidery hobby with one of their many patterns and kits available for sale. Take a stab (pun intended) at any of the fun floral- or desert-inspired DIYs, ready to ship with all the necessary supplies, down to the needle.
Run, don’t walk, to The Little Avocado for all things fun, vibrant, and California cool. Take stock of boho wall hangings and keychains, but it’s the shop’s quirky woven throws and table runners that are the real standouts. And if you see one you love, get it quickly — many only have just one up for grabs.
Choose from a stunning selection of punchy tones and motifs (animal-print! coastal-inspired! star-adorned!) via Julie Peach‘s hand-blocked textile collection — pillow covers, napkins, table runners, and tea towels, each more delightful and colorful than the next.
Bliss Decorations takes macrame wall hangings to the next level, selling no shortage of detailed intricacies at phenomenal prices. Which, speaking of, if you sign up for this shop’s newsletter, you’ll get a $5 coupon.
Vintage purveyor Marvin’s Hall boasts a well-curated collection of one-of-a-kind, whimsical decor and furniture finds — the type you need to pounce on before they’re gone. Currently, there’s a little bit of everything, like 1980s matching lacquered nightstands and a dramatic wicker peacock chair circa the ’70s… both of which may not stay in stock for long!
Minimalist packaging and botanical-inspired scents make up Yield Design Co., where you’ll also find equally alluring (and fragrant) incense, plus modern glassware sets. Bonus: The candles have been designed with recycling in mind, so you can reuse the glass vessel once the organic coconut wax burns all the way down.
Think you don’t need new tableware? Wait until you see Atlanta-based Honeycomb Studio‘s striking offerings. And not only can you up the ante on your dish sets (salad plates and all), but the ceramic-centric shop also features an assortment of minimalist bud vases, cute salt and pepper cellars, and more dainty decor accents.
Get your vintage fix via Twin Urchins Superette, which specializes in home accents with an earthy, seaside-inspired twist. We’re talking shell-shaped plates and dishes, boxes adorned with actual shells, plus timeless decor pieces that date back decades. There’s some clothing and jewelry thrown into the mix, too.
Native Knot has just what your blank wall space needs, thanks to their well-priced woven wall hangings (which would also look amazing in a children’s room). The shop currently only carries two ready-to-ship selections and two more made-to-order treasures, but at 8″ x 16″ or smaller, they’re all the perfect size to fill the gap in your gallery wall or liven up a bare corner.
Greta de Perry Design goes above and beyond modern seating with her signature mixed-material stools — the Coleman and the height-adjustable Camp — available in a handful of hues, and made from steel and hand-cast concrete or wood. Complete the contemporary look with a matching bar cart and end table.
Family-owned business Hedge House creates all the high-end (and trendy!) hardwood furniture styles you love. Prices fall on the steeper side, but you’re guaranteed unique, bespoke pieces (bookcases, dressers, beds, and beyond) all expertly crafted and built to last. The shop can also customize dimensions to fit your space.
For a dressed-up, artistic take on standard mirrors, check out Candice Luter. Her boho-meets-beautiful collection pairs half-moon or arched mirrors with layers of fringe (available in a few color options). The finished products look cool as can be, and still sizable enough to be functional wherever you hang them in your home.
An eclectic mix of coffee mugs, calendars, notebooks, greeting cards, and so much more, stationery shop Ruff House Art has new desk decor written all over it (literally — peep the cute pencil sets). Jot down WFH reminders in one of the many adorable (and affordable) tear-off notepads, or stay on top of your schedule with a decorative planner. There’s endless gifting potential here, too!
KOMOLAB‘s Etsy description, “fine objects for good living,” perfectly encapsulates this ultra-modern shop’s aesthetic. You can count on a fully diverse product lineup — from a handcrafted credenza to a dog bed to a cool concrete soap dish — with varying prices. Come for the distinctive finds, stay to scope out your latest versatile home accent.
Elevate your every day, courtesy of Elizabeth Benotti‘s made-to-order ceramic creations. The selections go from the kitchen to your plant collection, with a series of bowls, mugs, pitchers, platters, planters, and vases. Each has been created using a pinching technique, which actually shows the fingerprints of the artist for the ultimate handmade look. Top it all off with your choice of solid color or prints, like the playful “Pinstripe” shown here.
Outdoor enthusiast or not, you’ll get a kick out of the vibrant nature-infused scenes available at Forest Culture. On top of serene watercolor prints and even original paintings, you can also bring home large-scale geometric wood art, hand-painted with mountains and forests. Or, create the look yourself (albeit much smaller) with a DIY wood paint by numbers kit.
Sculptural ceramics for the win! Taylor Ceramics reimagines basic bud vases, planters, mugs, and more with asymmetric construction and unique extremities. Even her coffee mug handles alone look out-of-this-world original.
Consider this your excuse to swap out your pillow covers: Detroit-based Rosemarine Textiles carries the prettiest linen pieces, handmade from naturally dyed fabric and available with or without inserts. Go for yin and yang, swirls, or colorful geometric patterns (or a mix of all three).
Need a little reminder to have a good day? Mandi Smethells has about 50, and counting. Get your rainbow (or celestial) fix with wall hangings of every size and color, all adorned off with playful pom-pom trims. Brighten up your children’s rooms, or your own — because you’re never too old for some rainbow magic.
It doesn’t get much better than inspirational embroidery, found at Etsy’s Earthologie. And there’s plenty more where this came from, like a “Love your neighbor” version, plus more cheeky quotes like “Eat glass” and “Lick rust” (IYKYK, Schitt’s Creek fans). The shop also sells 20 downloadable patterns, sent via PDF, for fellow embroiders to try on their own.
Touting a collection with Nicole Richie’s lifestyle brand, House of Harlow 1960, ceramic artist and designer The Object Enthusiast should definitely be on your Etsy shopping list. The celeb collab specifically boasts a gorgeous jewelry dish, two trays, and a bestselling incense holder — but don’t sleep on the rest of this seller’s equally alluring handmade accents and catchalls.
A Few Spare Moments can put a personalized spin on just about any kitchen utensil… even measuring cups. Pick from an assortment of engraved messages and designs, then send a thoughtful wedding/birthday/just-because gift in the form of a cheeseboard, wooden spoon set, spatula, or rolling pin.
Dye-hard fans, favorite Embedded USA ASAP. The shop celebrates color and bohemian style with full-on tie-dye duvets and pillowcases in a handful of color pairings — plus heart-shaped and sand dollar-inspired designs.
True to its name, Sea Stones Inc. specializes in gifts and home staples sourced from natural stone — be it granite, smoothed beach stones, or a combo of the two. And everything really puts the “fun” in functional, like quirky baby bottle drying racks or “Rock Docks,” their take on phone charging/docking stations.
Gem We Love has pretty pastel pieces galore that double as jewelry storage solutions. Take stock of the assorted concrete trays, dishes, and a cone-shaped ring holder, all decked out in soft purple, blue, yellow, pink, or green hues.
Stylish shopping, meet good cause: Not only does Kei and Molly use eco-friendly materials and solar power whenever possible, but the textile brand also creates jobs for local immigrants and refugees. Add some rich color to your kitchen with their bestselling collection of hand-printed flour sack dish towels — all incredibly lightweight, absorbent, and downright whimsical.
Good luck picking just one favorite from Mammoth and Minnow‘s boho-meets-earthy handmade ceramics. Drawing inspiration from nature, this NYC-based business carries beautiful, natural-looking pieces aplenty, like a pitcher sculpted from speckled clay or a rustic two-tone coffee mug.
Your next wood statement piece starts with Crafted Glory Design, where you’ll find made-to-order mid-century modern and Scandinavian tables of all varieties: Console, coffee, end, and dining. On top of this must-see furniture, there’s also an equally well-crafted desk, bench, leaning ladder, and geometric wall shelves.
One-woman shop Catie Miller Ceramics gives classic ceramic styles a refreshing spin with the most delightfully eclectic hand-drawn illustrations. Use any of the pretty plates and platters for serving and eating (they’re dishwasher safe!), or hang them up as wall art.
Soft Room Studio has gained Etsy popularity for a retro line of wavy rugs, made with acrylic yarn and available in five different color combos. It’s already a tough feat choosing between the super-soft offerings, but there’s also potential for custom orders if you’re envisioning a different tone pairing.
From spot-on housewarming gifts to your own sentimental treasure(s), illustration studio Alena Berger Art has you covered with oh-so-charming custom watercolor portraits of any home or venue. Choose your dimensions, email a few high-res photos of whatever you want to be depicted to the artist, and voilà!
Beautiful blooms and greenery await you at EH Company — in watercolor form, that is. Show off your plant or floral affinity with a series of prints and pennants, all amazingly priced and many available in sets. Which, speaking of, this shop even sells “learning sets” for your little ones, with shapes, colors, and numbers on display in a modern, appealing way.
Tap into Bperrino Handmade for hand-quilted pieces turned modern heirlooms (and grandmillennial must-haves). Deck out your own bedroom with one of the many graphic quilts and pillow covers, or gift one as a special baby shower or housewarming treasure. You can even commission your own custom work, although you ultimately can’t go wrong with any of the nontraditional designs.
You’ve seen plenty of nature-inspired artwork before, but none quite like Christine Witmore‘s. The Greenville-based artist draws, paints, and handprints a whimsical picture of mountain and desert scenes. Opt for one of the many detailed prints (in both color and black and white), or splurge a bit more on a minimalist original painting.
Art fanatics, get well-acquainted with Jander Jane (whose work also appears on Society6!). Her Etsy art prints run the gamut from gentle landscapes to simple dots to more complex portraits, so there’s really something for every style. Plus, each piece has the exact same price per size — and looks way more expensive than it actually is.
If struggling to narrow down just one product highlight from Paper and Clay Studio proves any indication of its awesomeness, know that you’re in for a treat. The shop’s small-but-mighty selection features Scandinavian-inspired spins on everyday home finds, be they brightly decorated planters or candleholders.
There are candles, and then there are Cai Cai Handmade candles. Here, you’ll find next-level wax wonders, sculpted into eccentric shapes and styles that feel (almost) too pretty to burn — there’s even a very detailed mini mountain candle, NBD. All have been created using natural white beeswax and soy wax, too.
One of the original acrylic calendar carriers, husband-and-wife duo Girl Friday Acrylics certainly know a thing or two about chic organization. With their wide array of dry-erase to-do lists and weekly or monthly planners, you get to choose between typeface colors or even tack on your last name. It’s a safe bet you’ll never miss a date or memo again, considering you’ll actually want to put these useful clear creations on display.
Originally founded in 1950, family-owned Manchester Woodcraft feels a (wood) cut above the rest for their fresh (and very affordable) takes on handmade home staples. Exhibit A? Cutting boards shaped like whales, elephants, bears, and even a slice of cheese (it is Vermont, after all). You imagine it, they’ve got it — in maple, walnut, or yellow birch.
You can truly never have too many vintage vendors on your radar, but make sure Otherwise Shoppe tops the list. This standout seller (featured by Etsy, no less!) promotes thoughtful, sustainable shopping with an extensive collection of timeless finds — dating back from 1880 to 1980. It’s well populated with interesting brass pieces, plus made-to-last busts, glassware sets, and way too much more to list.
Etsy shoppers can’t get enough of Cancelled Plans candles for the soothing scents alone, but it’s their kitschy names that really take the cake. As you’d expect from their shop title, the Seattle-based business operates under the tagline of “a relatable scented candle” —evidenced by products dubbed “Social Anxiety,” “French Exit,” and “It’s Fine, I’m Fine,” just to name a few. Consider your next quirky birthday gift(s) found.
For calming abstract accents, look no further than Lauren Adams Art. Working with predominantly blue tones (plus a cool black and white series), the artist produces tranquil watercolor pieces on both paper and canvas. Although no two paintings look the exact same on their own, the shop does carry a few matching sets in twos, threes, or fours — perfect for a striking one-and-done gallery wall.
These ain’t your grandmother’s dishes — but they could have her handwriting inside. For a stylish touch of sentiment, Prairie Hills Pottery offers ceramic platters, pie pans, plates, and more, all with special personalization options. Just attach a photo with your order, and you can memorialize your mom’s famous dessert recipe or even a wedding invitation onto a dish of your choice. Bookmark this shop the next time you need gift ideas!
Alphabetically last but far from least, Infinite Abyss converts reclaimed wood into modern decor masterpieces, namely serving trays and cool shelving units. But the hidden gems don’t end there — you’re bound to find a charming rustic piece for every room in the house, like wood bath trays or kitchen memo pads.