Independent Bristol gift stores

In this guide to independent Bristol gift stores, we take you through some of the most beautiful, independent artist and maker shops.

We have curated this guide for gift shops with beautifully curated items, gift shops selling stunning products made by independent artists and makers, and gift stores run not-for-profit or as part of social enterprises on the Bristol scene.

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  1. Beautifully curated gift stores
  2. Gift stores from independent makers
  3. Gift stores based around non profits or social enterprises
Photos from the Prior shop Instagram page (@priorshopbristol)

Photos from the Prior shop Instagram page (@priorshopbristol)

Beautifully curated shops

These are commercial shops stocking stunning curations of beautiful gifts, homewares and art. These shops are beautiful, and absolute delights to browse.

Store, locationDescription & what they offer
Mon Pote, North StreetA beautiful scandi-style store in North Street with plants, coffee books, homeware, special candles art and jewellery, toys, beautiful kitchenware and natural beauty products. It stocks simple, gorgeous design. Website here.
IOTA, Gloucester roadFun, colourful gifts, art, accessories, homeware, clothing, clocks, lighting and planters. Bright and nicely curated gifts. See their website here.
Fig. 1, Wapping WharfGifts, branded homeware, beautiful art prints, jewellery and cards, A stunningly curated ‘combination of beautiful and functional’, boutique prices and lovely browsing experience. See the website here.
Pod, Clifton VillageDesign led gifts and lifestyle products, more classic than contemporary with well known brands and elegant design of functional items. See the website here.
Neon Tiger: Now Martyna Zoltaszek Studio Ltd, Stokes CroftA gorgeous art and print shop in stokes croft. Beautiful design, prints and personalised works. See the website here.

Independent makers

Photos from BamBristol (@bambristol)

These are independent bristol gift shops that exhibit the work of independent makers. Again they are beautiful curations of art, homewares, jewellery and gifts.

Store, locationDescription & what they offer
Independent Design Collective, North StreetGorgeous store stocking art, jewellery, natural cosmetics and cards made by independent artists in Bristol- beautifully curated and good prices for some very special pieces. See their site here.
Paper Plane, Gloucester RoadHandmade jewellery, ethical clothing, some homeware and wall prints and art. A clean and contemporary design. This is a collection of work by independent designers and artists in Bristol. See their website here.
The Bristol Artisan, off Whiteladies Roadcontemporary crafts and design from Bristol artists and designers. A lovely collection, stocking ceramics, jewellery, homeware, clothing, candles, prints, and beauty products. See their site here.
Frikkae, Cotham HillShop and studio for design work, art prints, stationary and gifts. A bright, colourful shop and studio space. See their site here.
Good Store Studio, Old MarketColourful design, homewares, jewellery, clothing, natural face and beauty. Also curated books, stunning lifestyle magazines and games. See their site here.

Ethical and sustainable

These 3 shops are run either no-for profit, as community creative spaces, or stock ranges by social enterprises. This is stunning gift shopping from brands that mean a bit more, and what a delight to have these gorgeous endeavours right on our Bristol doorstep!

Store, locationDescription & what they offer
BAM, EastonA not-for-profit collective of local bristol cards, homewares, jewellery, gifts and games with a studio space for creative workshops by bristol-based artists and facilitators. Beautiful works, and an online store. See their site here.
PROIR, Old market Beautiful, independently made eco-friendly modern homeware and accessories. The original store is in old market but they now have a huge pop-up store in town. A place for the community, to support and appreciate local manufacture and design skills. See their site here.
FranklySeeling small, independent brands from across the world, with missions to give back, and support people, the planet and its wildlife. All sorts of beautiful homewares, jewellery and gifts with a charity mission. See their site here.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this guide!

MONPOTE On North Street

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