Our Favorite Etsy Shops
If it's handmade, vintage, weird or one-of-a-kind, you can bet you'll find it on Etsy. Shop small (without ever leaving your home!) from our favorite artists, curators and makers around the world for jewelry, furniture, clothing, gifts and so much more.
Etsy is the online equivalent of attending an arts & crafts fair — you can shop dozens of retailers selling unique, handmade goods and thrifted finds without ever leaving the couch. Founded in 2005, makers and collectors have used the platform to sell everything from art prints to vintage suitcases for nearly 20 years. Etsy is great for sourcing art for your home or holiday shopping. You can also find craft supplies, crochet and sewing patterns and handmade costumes.
Feel free to get weird with it: fried egg earrings? That’s on Etsy. Sardine peel-and-stick wallpaper to complement your recent tinned fish obsession? Your walls are as good as covered. An obstacle course for your cat? Only the finest pet furniture for your best friend.
If you can dream it, you can probably find it on Etsy. Browse our favorite Etsy shops and product picks, and find the perfect gift for you or a loved one.
You know we love a good color story. That's why it probably won't surprise you that we instantly fell for Sarena Piscitelli's Pantone color palette art prints. Sarena's designs pull from real Pantone colors, curating palettes for everything from dinner to decades. You can download a digital copy of the art and print it in any size, or order a physical print on premium card stock for just a few more dollars. Sarena's colorful talents also extend to designing custom watch bands and shoe charms.
Take a closer look — Munea Wadud advocates for change with her vivid digital art prints, patches, pins and even coffee mugs. She hopes to bring awareness to causes that support underrepresented minorities. We especially love her LGBTQ+ and plus-size model line drawings, which also double as coloring pages.
Preserve Granny's recipe or start your own tradition with this beautifully rustic, laser-engraved cutting board. Simply select your options, then submit a photo of your recipe to Morning Joy Co and they'll convert it into a gift you'll cherish forever. The husband-and-wife duo, Justin and Jasmine, also create personalized name signs (great for newlyweds!).
In the Southern California desert where temperatures often reach 120 degrees Fahrenheit, it's always papel picado season for shop owner Yreina Flores. Yreina crafts her own version of the traditional Mexican folk art, creating banners, cake toppers and wall hangings for fiestas small and large.
Green Planet prints wallpaper on paper and fabric; the paper comes pre-glued and is water-activated, and the vinyl features peel-and-stick adhesive. Both options create perfect harmony for temporary and permanent applications, and the wallpapers come in over 500 vibrant designs. Their shop has become so popular that they've created an offshoot for their wallpapers: Geometria, offering art deco and terrazzo designs.
Kingsley Thompson took up leatherwork as a much-needed mental break from his office job. He loves the look of real aged leather but noticed leather's mass production often meant you weren't getting top quality. What started as a casual hobby and a few commissions for friends has turned into a large venture; Kingsley's shop offers bookmarks, personalized cufflinks, wallets, belts and even leather bow ties.
Colleen Hartshorn's crochet hooks are easy on the hands and the eyes. She uses polymer clay to sculpt each ergonomic hook, making each one unique. There's something for everyone: comic book aficionados, animal lovers and even Disney fans. Each hook also comes with its own stitch marker.
Jackie Kaufman, founder of Rock My World, has been designing jewelry for over 20 years and has been on Etsy since 2008, but received big attention when one of her custom baby tooth necklaces was featured in an episode of HBO's Girls. Jackie creates truly one-a-kind jewelry, using buyer-submitted mold kits for fingerprints and dog nose boops. Users can also submit items like copies of baby heartbeat soundwaves, teeth and umbilical cords.
If you've been on the hunt for a rustic coffee table, skip the big box stores: Ntebo Archer is here to fill all your bespoke dreams. The tables are solid wood, some featuring some industrial steel elements, like this factory cart table, and can be customized to any size, stain or distressed look. Smaller pieces like coffee tables are shipped with basic assembly instructions.
You can find Ivy Abena set up at farmers markets and art fairs all over Atlanta, but if you can't get down to Georgia, no problem — she has an Etsy shop that is updated regularly. Be on the lookout for handwoven baskets, vegan leather wallets and macramé art.
Catastrophic Creations, based out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, takes cat furniture to wild new heights. Start with a simple feeding ledge or go for the Juggernaut (pictured above): a system with over five pieces you can find in the shop including a bridge, sisal poles, lounges and ledges. The wall-mounted systems speak to cats' natural instincts to watch over their surroundings from high places, and they encourage scratching, all without taking up floor space or ruining your furniture. The systems currently come in different canvas colors and three wood finishes. They're all made to fit together, so you can start with one piece and then come back for more if you (and kitty) like them.
Collin Lynch, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, makes gorgeous, porcelain ceramic glassware, lamps and storage containers. Each piece, like these iridescent champagne flutes, feature sparkling, hand-sculpted aura crystals. Collin can make any crystal under the sun — err, earth — making them perfect for gift-giving.
Based in Bulgaria, Milica Dimitrova makes breathtaking glass art. From celestial pieces like this modern, glow-in-the-dark moon clock to sparkling mandala suncatchers, you can find beautiful pieces for your home or outdoor space. Milica's attention to detail shows in her craftsmanship, and in her reviews!
Minimalist art can say a lot without saying too much, and that's why we love the metalwork from Black Ivy Crafts. Offering wall art, bookends, planters and propagation tubes, you'll find everything from script word art for your kitchen to cute kids room decor that will last a lifetime. The designs simplicity go even a step further: Most designs can be easily hung with just one nail. Shop owner Sedef Çatalkaya also operates a second Etsy shop selling modern art prints in similar style as the metalwork, Serenity Print Art.
Book lovers look no further: Storiarts creates beautiful accessories featuring quotes and imagery from beloved storybooks. It all started with an infinity scarf, and then as popularity grew, shop owner Tori Tissel was able to add more products like blankets, writing gloves, bags and bookmarks. You can find classics including Alice in Wonderland, Little Women and Clifford the Big Red Dog. Storiarts has also partnered with LitWorld, a non-profit organization committed to helping children learn how to read and write.
In a world of big box stores and online print shops full of reproductions, it can be difficult to find art that looks like you. Nichola McGuire hopes to fill some of that void with her original art, selling poster prints, greeting cards and buttons. We love this powerful nod to Beyoncé and her take on the classic Audrey Hepburn shot.
One look at his mesmerizing paint-pouring videos on Instagram and you'll quickly realize Josh Fillis' abstract art is all about the process of turning simple acrylic paint into a multi-layered story. Inspired by his breathtaking surroundings in Southern California, expect oceans, cacti and other natural elements all in vivid color.
Lake Superior Chippewa Laurie Champagne grew up roaming the woods and shores of her home at Keweenaw Bay Indian reservation. Now a mother of two living in Newport, Michigan, Laurie keeps close to her culture and upbringing through her beautiful collection of handmade jewelry and accessories. Materials are sourced directly from nature, from birch bark to oak wood to turquoise, making each piece completely one-of-a-kind.
Love the neon look, but not the price tag? The HeyLights team uses flexible silicon tubes with LED lights inside to perfectly mimic the neon sign look, and still filling up any space with vivid light. Pick any of their existing designs or request something custom — they're perfect for weddings!
This periodic table scarf is the perfect gift for teachers, scientists and anyone who really loved The Magic School Bus. You can find this and a wealth of magical items in Rooby Lane's shop — Frida Khalo skirts, storybook print accessories and a dress inspired by Van Gough's Starry Night are on all the table. Rooby even designs some of the fabric herself!
These cookie cutters really pack on the personality. This London-based shop offers just over 1,000 designs, and they've dreamed up pretty much anything you can think of: shakas, Corgi butts, flowers and even an alien abducting a slice of pizza. Start working on your sugar cookie recipe, because you'll want to use these again and again. (And you can, because they're dishwasher-safe!)
Heather Perry is a graphic designer and artist out of Los Angeles and sells cheeky, irreverent prints, greeting cards and clothing based on her very own original oil and watercolor paintings. You can expect internet humor, pop culture references and the punny knitting designs.
We instantly fell for Noa Razer's colorful terra-cotta lamps and hanging planters. Working out of a small studio in Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel, Noa says her inspiration stems from ceramic design history from cultures all over the world. Her pendant lamps come with all the fixtures necessary to install, just add a lightbulb. Noa prefers the look of these Edison-style bulbs, and we do, too!
Open-shelving just got a little more magical. Kate of CopperMoon Boutique sells a range of gorgeous, handmade pine shelves, storage boxes, mirrors and more. One of the most popular items is this phases-of-the-moon wall shelving. Complete the look with a crescent moon wall lamp or foil poster.
Bring home the rustic, farmhouse look with an all-natural wood headboard. Nathan Ryder's team in Chicago sands, smooths and seals its pieces with an organic wax to provide a durable, cleanable surface while retaining the wood's character. Each headboard ships fully assembled, with an easy-to-install wall mount bracket, or you can opt for legs that attach to a standard metal bed frame.
Cozy up with a good book and a candle or wax melt from Callie Meaney's shop From the Page. Every scent is made with a different novel or scenario in mind, from this oakmoss and amber candle inspired by The Raven, to the summery Poolside Paperbacks. Callie also offers lip balm and beard oil, so you can completely immerse yourself in those storybook worlds.
If you've ever wanted to wear oversized, rainbow bees in your ears, you're in good company at Ravenstone Gifts. Based in Massachusetts, shop owner Kathleen sells a variety of "jewelry, crystals and curiosities," including these attention-grabbing cicada earrings. If you're not into insects, you can also find vintage rings, pearl necklaces, petrified wood and one of our personal favorites — a pair of fork and knife earrings.
Whether you're using it as toy storage, a planter or a place to toss all those extra blankets, nothing beats the versatility of a woven basket. The Kenyan Crafts Company, founded by Zipporah Van Der Vyver and based in London, works directly with Kenyan weavers and artisans in rural villages to bring the real thing — not a mass-produced reproduction — to people all over the world. Zipporah hopes to help preserve weaving techniques passed down through generations. Items are woven with real sisal and banana leaves, and you'll find everything from baskets and bowls to wine pouches and purses.
Creating a serene bedroom oasis can be a tall order, and The Home Centric aims to make the task a little bit easier. With over 23,000 sales and counting, shop owner Urvi Agra has been making custom pillow covers, bed runners, curtains and duvet covers for over a decade. She can make her products in any size you need so you never have to worry about the fit.
Just because your favorite show ended several years ago, that doesn't mean you don't still watch reruns every night before bed. Add a little inspirational art to your bedroom, bathroom or entryway with this hilarious Dwight Schrute quote wall art. Shop owner Bryant Taylor's simple, black-and-white designs make a big impact on any wall. In addition to motivating TV quotes, you can find jovial greetings, Swiss crosses and a personal favorite: just the word "bro."
Etsy is a great place to find cabinetry hardware, and you can even find rare and vintage knobs for a good price (and without digging through dozens of buckets at the antique store). We love these cat drawer pulls, and you can find dozens of different styles to easily add flair to your space.
As much as we love a good upholstered furniture project, everyone doesn't have the space, supplies or bandwidth for a big DIY project. That's where Chair Whimsy comes in: Founder Wendy Conklin will help you design the upholstered dining chair of your dreams and then bring your vision to life.
Turn your outdoor space into true oasis with a hand-embroidered hammock. Hamanica employs a collective of artisans and craftsmen in Masaya, Nicaragua, who design and create the hammocks, among other handmade goods. The hammocks come ready to hang, and you can find or request different color options.
Inese's macramé comes all the way from Latvia, but trust us, the craftsmanship is worth the wait. Choose from a 14 different cord color options and over two dozen weaving styles. You can even find double plant hangers, making it the perfect gift for your favorite Crazy Plant Person.
Cupcake toppers, holiday ornaments, coasters — if you can dream it, Cristie Shires Abbott can make it out of wood. Many of her products take inspiration from nature, like this forest sky wall hanging. Cristie's shop is also perfect if you need event decorations — think custom coasters, place cards and cake toppers. Request a custom order, and get ready to dress your party to the nines.
Cutest. Soap. Ever. Lauren Miller of Sunbasil Soap's "one-woman show" has grown into a thriving family business over the last 12 years, selling bath bombs, body butter, perfume oil and handmade soap, including this adorable cacti soap gift set. The spa sets, which include a mix of products, make a great Mother's Day or bridesmaid gift.
Etsy creates a unique opportunity for printmakers to publish their own books. Illustrator, designer and comic book artist Kristyna Baczynski sells her very own comics, sketch books and zines — in this case a zine about making zines — along with stickers and prints.
You had me at "confetti." Kirsten Devitt makes laser-cut jewelry, buttons and accessories, many made out of this fun glitter acrylic (it comes in different colors, too). If glitter isn't your thing, her other creations include pastel hoops that look like clouds and birds.