“Richmond is a great city to explore. It continues to charm me in unexpected ways.” — Amanda Nisbet, interior designer
We’re certain her top six picks for the best shopping in Richmond, Virginia, will charm you, too.
Palette Paint and Home carries Fine Paints of Europe and Farrow & Ball—two of my trusted sources. They also rotate art monthly and have many more things to tempt a designer.
Richmond-based McKinnon and Harris, the family-owned manufacturer of the highest-quality outdoor furniture, is now open to the public, and you can see their incredible artisans at work.
Bridget Beari is a great spot in Carytown. The designer features local artisans and one-of-a-kind pieces.
At Beckon Home, I find items to fill in niches for a project, and you can pick up gifts as well.
The Quirk Gallery, at the hotel of the same name, has art and unusual finds (many in the hotel’s signature pink)—a must stop for stocking stuffers.
For flowers, I pop into Strawberry Fields, which has more-unexpected blooms and locally made gifts.
More of Amanda Nisbet’s Richmond
Meet interior designer Amanda Nisbet, see her adopted city at its festive best, and find out where to stay when you visit Richmond
Coffee, cocktails, and restaurants for every occasion
Art galleries, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, and Monument Avenue
Produced by Alice Welsh Doyle | Photography by Sarah Walor