Freshen up your home this spring with plants, handmade pottery, one-of-a-kind vintage finds and more from these 10 local women-owned shops
By Zoe Makhool
Featured photo via @youresocoup
1700 Michigan Avenue, Detroit
Located in Corktown, Eldorado General Store has all the home essentials, like pottery, candles and incense. Owner Erin Gavle has perfectly curated the shop to offer the best vintage finds. Shop in person or check out the online store here!
19939 Livernois, Detroit
Love Travels Imports founder Yvette Jenkins was inspired to bring artisan goods to Detroit after her visits to South Africa, Guatemala, Peru and Haiti. The store offers high-quality, handcrafted art through fair trade in developing areas of the world. Visit the boutique in Detroit or shop online.
Leaf Me is a Detroit-based houseplant brand founded by Alexis Sims. The online plant shop has a variety of plants to choose from, as well as consultation services to help you pick the best plants for your space.
4. Coup D’état
3044 W Grand Blvd Suite L-460, Detroit
Coup D’etat offers an eclectic selection of independent designs. Owner Angela Wisniewski defines the boutique as a “lifestyle shop” catering primarily to women, but there’s definitely something for everyone. Check out the store in person or shop online here!
If you’re looking for eco-friendly essentials for your home, BeKind Detroit is the place for you. Visit the shop at Rust Belt Market or shop online for reusable water bottles and straws, mesh produce bags and more!
1701 Trumbull, Detroit
Mama Coo’s is a resale and vintage boutique that offers one-of-a-kind treasures. Visit the shop in Corktown for unique finds and hand-made artisan pieces that won’t break the bank.
7. Perch 313
6545 Woodward Ave, Detroit
Designer Vanessa Ilene started Porcelinen with the intention of producing thoughtfully designed products with an emphasis on sustainability. Shop her online store for one-of-a-kind ceramics and textiles.