Best of the 2014 – Retail

Published on: February 19th, 2014

CONSIGNMENT:
FOUND UNDERGROUND

After a short time looking through the racks, every woman will find a piece in the eclectic collection of clothing and accessories, from designer to everyday brands. The occasional $5 sale days will definitely make you come back! 901 Main St, Louisville

RAGS

Their ever-changing inventory satisfies a woman’s brand-name addiction without breaking the bank. (P.S. Leaving your kids in the play area helps.) 3129 28th St, Boulder 

BOOKSTORE:

BARBED WIRE BOOKS

The sometimes strange mannequins in the window displays introduce a variety of themed books to passers-by. Inside, the staff can recall books like a Google search, and call you when used books come in. 504 Main St, Longmont

THE BOOK CELLAR

The small shop not only caters to regulars down the street, but also gives back to the community through donations to schools, Sister Carmen and the library. 724 Main St, Louisville

BOULDER BOOK STORE

The church-like atmosphere of the 3rd level, including stained glass windows, organ music, will make looking for the right book a religious experience. 1107 Pearl St, Boulder

FURNITURE & HOME DECOR:

COTTAGE HOME FURNISHING

Furniture, knick-knacks, decorative pillows, floor lamps, vases…the list goes on and on. Their aim is to beautify, adorn, decorate, and style your home from the floor to the eaves.  400 W South Boulder Rd, Lafayette

FURNITURE:

CLUTTER CONSIGNMENT

Whether you’re seeking vintage or contemporary furniture or an assortment of knick-knacks, Clutter covers all bases. Unlike a big box store, their inventory changes almost daily, providing unique recycled pieces that make a statement. 1909 9th St, Boulder

HOME DECOR:

3RD & VINE DESIGN

Vine’s self-proclaimed “French flea market style” is perfect for anyone who wants their home to tell a story. With both antiques and replications, you are sure to find home décor that spurs creativity and adds history in your living space. 1815 Pearl St, Boulder

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