10 pretty web stores

June 23, 2013 - 23:39 | 1 reply

Recently I did a bit of research for a web store project. The web store I'm building is yet to be published, but here are some of the prettiest web stores I found while benchmarking them.

#1 CuCuu

CuCuu is a store filled with bags and accessories made from recycled materials. Some of their products are sold on Etsy, but their own store is too cute to pass.

10 pretty web stores: Cucuu -- the tasselflower blog

#2 Speckled Wood

The store of Speckled Wood is not on the front page of the stylish site, which in general is worth browsing. It sells fun laser cut items.

10 pretty web stores: Speckled Wood -- the tasselflower blog

#3 Spoonflower

Looking for unique patterned fabrics? Spoonflower is crafty store to buy and sell fabrics designed by yourself and many others.

10 pretty web stores: Spoonflower -- the tasselflower blog

#4 CXXVI Clothing Co.

Another site where the store is not on the front is CXXVI, which sells interesting clothing and accessories.

10 pretty web stores: CXXVI Clothing Co. -- the tasselflower blog

#5 Stamplia

Stamplia is a nice looking marketplace for email and newsletter templates.

10 pretty web stores: Stamplia -- the tasselflower blog

#6 Narwhal Co.

Accessories made from recycled ties? It's Narwhal Co. for sure.

10 pretty web stores: Narwhal Co. -- the tasselflower blog

#7 Tattly

A list of pretty web stores is nothing without Tattly. The well done and simple store sells temporary tattoos for all your needs.

10 pretty web stores: Tattly -- the tasselflower blog

#8 Golla

Golla is the place for well done cases for your phone, laptop, tablets and more. I have a couple, though not bought from the web store.

10 pretty web stores: Golla -- the tasselflower blog

#9 GSelect

Gifts for men (and why not women too) can be found from cool GSelect.

10 pretty web stores: GSelect -- the tasselflower blog

#10 Tuktu Paper Co.

Prints for different occasions offers Tuktu Paper Co..

10 pretty web stores: Tuktu Paper Co. -- the tasselflower blog

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