Rebecca's Apothecary brings the bounty of Mother Earth's herbs, spices and plants to historic downtown Boulder. The shop has botanical medicine and oils or the body, tea and herbal blends alongside a wide range of products for kids and expecting mothers. All of the product manufacturers strive to use the best ingredients as possible sans pesticides or toxins, and the shop tries to utilize products that are made sustainably. In addition to great products, Rebecca's also hosts workshops and classes, some interesting ones include Tincture Making, Herb Walks, Skin Care and Children's education. Check website for calendar and details.
The stationary shop is somewhat a dying breed in America due to the digitization of everything, however this shop on Pearl Street keeps alive the love for paper. Inside, these purveyors sell everything imaginable that is related to the art of pen and paper. Most of the products are made from local artisans and the selection is vast. From Moleskin bound books and postcards to wedding invitations and birth announcements, don't forget to check out this place before venturing anywhere else.
This clothing outfitter takes its name from the Sanskrit word for 'vitality' or 'life energy' and this flagship store founded by one of pioneers of the Certified Fair-Trade apparel movement embodies it. Most of the fabrics are picked to eschew as much as possible any pesticides or chemicals and though the price tag is high, the products are remarkably durable. Not only do they scrutinize the fabrics before sale, the shop tries to ensure that its finished products have left as minimal a trace as possible during the manufacturing process. In addition to this store, prAna has four other locations around the country.
One of Boulder's most treasured landmarks, this outdoor pedestrian mall boasts an array of boutiques and shops peddling an assortment of goods, from music to kites to trendy clothing. Located in the heart of the city, the tree lined, brick walkway also features a regular host of street performers and unusual Boulder characters. After shopping for the perfect present or browsing one of the art galleries, spend the afternoon on one of the many cafe patios. Sip your favorite beverage, soak in the sunshine and take in the street activity. A play area for children features an assortment of boulders to climb on.
The Denver Pavilions, located downtown at the south end of the 16th Street Mall, is Denver's latest upscale shopping plaza and entertainment center, stocked with popular chains. This three-tiered, open-air venue is a hotspot of activity, especially around lunchtime. The stylish Wolfgang Puck Cafe headlines the dining destinations, along with tourist favorite Hard Rock Café. A 15-screen United Artists movie complex occupies the third floor. All the standard retail chains, including GAP, Banana Republic, Niketown and Ann Taylor are scattered about the plaza.
The mall is a mile-long, tree-lined promenade stretching through the heart of downtown. Bustling with street vendors, souvenir shops, clothing and jewelry stores, and a plethora of bars and restaurants, this energetic strip offers plenty of variety. The Denver Pavilions, at the entrance of the mall, is a new open-air shopping plaza filled with trendy chains, including the Denver edition of the Hard Rock Café. The D & F Tower, a 325-foot (100-meter) replica of the Campanile (bell tower) in Venice, graces the center of the mall. The Tabor Center adds to the shopping enthusiasm. Free shuttles provide transportation up and down the mall, allowing for convenient cross-town sightseeing.
Wear stylish and trendy jewellery that would suit your outfit from Gusterman's Silversmiths. They use precious metals like silver, gold, and platinum to make their timeless jewellery pieces. Surprise you're loved with an elegant piece of jewellery like a ring or necklace on your special day. You can also give them your own designs and they will surely make it for you. Patrons usually praise the store for their services and a wide variety of jewelry.
If you cannot make it to Nepal this is the next closest thing. An importer of Nepalese, Tibetan and Indian goods, this store displays the arts and crafts of Himalayan cultures. Browse Buddhist and Hindi statues, colorful clothing, intricate jewelry, incense, exotic knives and other artifacts. Silver bracelets laced with Tibetan prayers and hand-woven backpacks are popular gifts. The adjacent travel agency can even book you a trip to the Himalayas.
This expansive store features an eclectic mix of southwestern home furnishings and accessories carved from wood and metal. All of the furniture has a rustic, Colorado look. In addition if offers home accents such as glassware, lamps, shades, pottery, hand-woven fabrics and hand-loomed rugs. All of its stock is distinct and will add a different touch to your home. Prices are wonderfully reasonable.
If you find puzzles challenging then drop in at the Liberty Puzzles LLC. Here you will find all types of classic wooden jigsaw puzzles related to fine art, vintage prints, americana and impressionism. They are available in various sizes ranging from extra small size to extra large size. The wooden puzzles are made with real maple-veneer plywood and fine archival paper and inks. All pieces are different and no two look alike. Also, Liberty Puzzles are locally manufactured. The puzzle pieces are cut intricately by a laser and have smooth edges. The larger puzzles would make family vacations and holidays a lot more fun.