Hot Shops in Jackson

In search of something special for your home? Look no further than Jackson, Wyoming

Kate Binger opened this home-furnishings boutique as a complement to her interior design business, Designed Interiors, and while she believes her role as a designer is to interpret her clients’ aesthetic, she admits the shop is stocked with her favorite items in her own signature style: “Pieces inspired by clean lines but still warm, cozy and inviting, that would be really unique in anyone’s home. I’m offering something fresh that hasn’t been in Jackson before.” 120 West Pearl,


Flower Hardware
Cecelia Heffernan has a no-fuss philosophy on arranging flowers: “Simple flowers, unique containers.” She buys directly from growers for freshness and longevity, and takes pride in carrying out-of-the-ordinary varieties: cut figs, green ranunculus, lady slipper orchids. In addition to her shop’s selection of high-quality cut flowers, go (by appointment only) for the inventory of antiques and objects for home and garden. 170 East Deloney,


RARE Gallery of Fine Art
Extreme skier Rick Armstrong channels his passion for art in this gallery’s ever-changing display of rustic-contemporary works. Lately, emerging artist A.M. Stockhill’s richly textured mixed-media creations share space with Tomás Lasansky’s “Jackson Pollock-meets-Leonardo da Vinci” canvases and goldsmith Pat Flynn’s rustic-luxe baubles that marry hand-forged metals with gold and diamonds. Rounding out the selection are works by Warhol, Picasso, Pollock and Johns, to name a few. 60 East Broadway,


Jewelry designer Susan Fleming’s charming boutique showcases handmade items from independent artists, from sculptural ceramic gourd bowls and intricately patterned porcelain pieces to lambswool scarves and pillow covers. Shoppers can also watch Fleming craft her signature jewelry—made with hand-silkscreened
papers, gold, silver and diamonds—at her on-site studio, bringing the handmade concept full circle. 180 East Deloney,

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