Emoi offers a selection of simplistic designed eco-conscious products ranging from bamboo sheets and towels to name card holders, coffee presses and vases. Most items in their store coincides with their color scheme of white, light green or gray. Read more
Xiaomi's only official physical retail location in Shanghai is located in the Joy City mall. Just about every Xiaomi gadget is available for purchase on the spot -- TVs, phones, laptops, household appliances, and accessories -- although new releases may be in short... Read more
Green & Safe is a specialty grocer by the same folks who own Qimin, that organic hotpot restaurant on Shanxi Bei Lu. The retail side of the operation sells produce and meats grown and raised at the company's organic farm in nearby Kunshan as well as specialty items... Read more
Spin is an industrial chic shop selling contemporary ceramics of their own design. The aesthetic is often Japanese -- fitting, as Spin was spun off of the Shintori restaurant group. The modern designs, made in China's ancient ceramics capital, Jingdezhen, make great... Read more
Known for unique retro images and modern paraphernalia of China with an artistic twist, this boutique has recently expanded to include more apparel - namely TopShop items straight from the UK. They still great jewelry, and unique designed apparel in the back room, as... Read more
The Pottery Workshop is a professional pottery studio, started in Hong Kong in 1985, with the Shanghai branch opening in 2002. They focus on ceramic art education for adults, though also children's classes. The equipment's imported from the US and Japan. The second... Read more
DTL Furniture's Pudong branch is a large warehouse of 3000 square meters filled with a wide variety of furniture designs. They specialize in selling and customizing home furniture, garden furniture, and accessories. As one of Shanghai's oldest furniture stores... Read more
Designer furniture store selling mainly Kartell products. Read more
DTL Furniture's Puxi branch is a 1000 square meter warehouse filled with a wide variety of furniture and home decor products. They specialize in selling and customizing home furniture, garden furniture, and accessories. As one of Shanghai's oldest furniture stores... Read more
Japanese variety-store chain famous for selling housewares, toys, stationery, decorations, bento supplies & gifts for 10rmb. Read more
Like shopping in an oversized living room, Casa Pagoda offers an eclectic array of goods that don't fit neatly into one overall style. The shop is run by a husband-and-wife team who travel and shop together, gradually building a culturally mixed collection. Their... Read more
Open since 2013, Redzepi is known among Shanghai's art and filmmaker crowd as a source for props and quirky designer goods. The 1,000 sqm warehouse is unobtrusive and full of homewares from all over the world. It's in the basement of a tired office building on... Read more
Servimex is a Swiss home furnishing company that offers a range of modern European-style furniture, home textiles and home decoration products. The company puts particular emphasis into the design and functionality of its products to improve peopleâ€™s lifestyle at... Read more
French-owned boutique with gorgeous goodies for the home, from porcelain and cashmere loungewear to beautiful books. They offer simple and elegant designs inspired by traditional Chinese art and international modern stylings. They've got their classic floral handmade... Read more
Multi-brand lifestyle boutique opened by Dutch-owned designer brand Kate Wood. They mainly sell handmade bamboo bikes and wooden watches and sunglasses, but they also stock clothing and bags made by local designers. Read more
Not to be confused with the shoe brand of the same name, this out-of-the-way store sells Feiyue sewing machines. You'll need to go through a clothing shop to reach it, but once inside, it's a friendly little place that also offers repairs. Read more
Antique shop come cafe, or cafe come antique store, either way it's a pretty cool joint to sip a cuppa with mates. Read more
Behind the Brut Cake brand is Taiwanese artist, Nicole Teng. Her craftsy, artsy takes on lifestyle objects - ceramic plates, bowls and mug; as well as some interesting textile bits and bobs - are all one of a kind, and make great - if expensive - gifts. Read more
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