Providence

Providence has a handful of small but engaging shopping areas. In Fox Point, Wickenden Street contains many antiques stores and several art galleries. Near Brown University, Thayer Street has a number of boutiques, though there has been an influx of chain stores. With its eclectic collection of specialty stores, Hope Street has branded itself as the East Side's "Main Street." Downtown's Westminster Street has morphed into a strip of independently owned fashion boutiques, galleries, and design stores.

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  • 1. HomeStyle

    Downtown | Household Items/Furniture

    Drop by HomeStyle along increasingly gentrified Westminster Street for eye-catching objets d'art, stylish housewares, and other decorative items. ...Read More

  • 2. risd|works

    Downtown | Crafts

    This shop has a selection of quirky kitchen gadgets, hand-blown glass, jewelry, and prints by Rhode Island School of Design faculty and alumni...Read More

  • 3. Butterfield

    East Side | Household Items/Furniture

    Owner Mindy Matouk has an eye for edgy but elegant home decor like cowhide rugs, contemporary crystal chandeliers, and all kinds of artsy pillows. ...Read More

  • 4. Tilden-Thurber Gallery

    Downtown | Household Items/Furniture

    A Providence landmark since 1895, the building houses the country's largest collection of classical and Colonial furniture and antiques. ...Read More

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