3 Inspiring Minneapolis Boutiques

3 Inspiring Minneapolis BoutiquesMinneapolis is a shopper’s paradise. If you’re craving top-notch design, a peaceful ambiance, and style guidance from the area’s top tastemakers, then head to these three Minneapolis boutiques--- and prepare to be inspired.

Victory
3505 W. 44th Street, Minneapolis 55410
Located in the charming Linden Hills neighborhood, Victory is an interior design shop and studio owned by nationally acclaimed designer Kerry Ciardelli. From vintage chandeliers to modern art to antique Chinese porcelain vases to one-of-a-kind jewelry, Victory is everything you need for a styled life. The displays throughout the store are breathtaking and comprised of irresistible vignettes – last weekend I was drooling over a large druzy agate, a solid brass bookend shaped like a platform sandal, and a pile of antique African trade beads in rich emerald green. Kerry and her team scour estate sales, vintage shops, artists’ studios and high-end home décor markets to bring Minneapolis shoppers the best of the best.

Mille

316 W. 48th Street, Minneapolis 55419

Tucked away on a South Minneapolis side street, Mille is the epitome of eclectic charm. The owner, Michelle LeBlanc, is committed to supporting international female designers with distinctive aesthetics. Mille carries a seasonal array of gorgeous clothing pieces by Ace & Jig, Ilana Kohn, The Podolls, Primoeza and Apiece Apart, among others. Accessories like timeless hats from Reinhard Plank and striking jewels by Suzannah Wainhouse and Odette complete the look. Mille is also the place to go for unique, timeless home accessories like Boucherouite rugs from Morocco, Heather Taylor Home table linens, diminutive pots from Chen & Kai, and art by Claire Nereim. Mille also hosts regular trunk shows with designers featured in the store.

Pharmacie
2743 Lyndale Avenue S., Minneapolis 55408
This newcomer to the Minneapolis shopping scene has received accolades from some of the area’s most discerning shoppers (and publications). Pharmacie, an impeccably curated home goods store is the place to go for cutting-edge, striking designs. I’m currently coveting the Biscayne Armchair - a mesh midcentury patio chair – and the cheeky decorating/serving trays made to look like restaurant checks, parking tickets, and office memos.

Post your Comments












Book with OneTravel

  • Flights
  • Hotels
  • Cars
From:
To:
Click here for calendar
Time:
Click here for calendar
Time:
Adults:
Seniors: (65+)
Children:(2-11)
Infants on lap:
Infants on seat:
Class:
Save on Bookings with 3+ pax
or hotel stays of 3+ nights
this month withSM25

RecentPosts

  • The Next New York Obsession: MeowParlour Cat CaféComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0


  • By:Danielle Thillet, last post 15 Nov 2014
  • The Internet loves two things: coffee and cats. It just seems natural that these obsessions should combine. While cat cafés are not a new concept in many Asian countries, the phenomenon had not yet made permenant residence in the United States - until now. New York as always been a hub for ideas from different cultures to merge together, and next month, the Big Apple will have its very first cat café: MeowParlour....read more

  • Celebrate Claude Monet’s BirthdayComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0


  • By:Chris Osburn, last post 14 Nov 2014
  • Claude Monet was born November 14, 1840 in Paris and died December 5, 1926 about 75 kilometres from Paris in his home at Giverny, Normandy. During his prolific career as an artist, he painted hundreds of works of art with a passion to capture his impressions of the French countryside and beyond. With works by the beloved artist and founder of French Impressionism on view across the globe (literally there are numerous “Monets” in museums and galleries on every continent except Antarctica) what better way to celebrate the painters 174th birthday than enjoying the many gifts he left to art lovers?...read more

  • Art in DallasComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0


  • By:Jen Westmoreland Bouchard, last post 13 Nov 2014
  • One of the first things I do when I’m planning a visit to a new city is research the art scene. I was pleased to learn that Dallas has a vibrant and impressive arts community, and is home to several world-class institutions. Here are three places that art lovers should check out the next time they are in the Big D. All of these museums are all located within the Dallas Arts District....read more

  • 5 Essential Items To Have on Your Winter Road TripComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0


  • By:Suzy Guese, last post 12 Nov 2014
  • In a little over two weeks, many of us will be hopping in the car to travel for Thanksgiving. At the same time, Arctic temperatures are blowing in bitter cold and with it, problems for your winter road trip. While you need to know how to drive in wintry condition on your travels, you also need to know how to pack your vehicle for winter wonderlands turned into nightmares. Before you hit the road for Thanksgiving travels or any winter road trips you are plotting, throw these five essential items in your car....read more

  • Remembrance Day in LondonComments: 1Rating: 0 / 0

    1
  • By:Chris Osburn, last post 11 Nov 2014
  • Today, Tuesday November 11th, is Remembrance Day, the day to remember the men and women who lost their lives serving in World Wars One and Two and later conflicts. Also known as Armistice Day or Poppy Day, many official commemorations occur on “Remembrance Sunday” (the weekend before the 1th). Remembering those who gave their lives for their country has especially poignant significance this year as 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One....read more