Find unique vintage treasurers, antiques, and one-of-a-kind gifts.

Blue Lake Side Treasures

Located at 145 Morton St. One of our favorite places to shop for that unique glass piece we’ve been looking for.  As their moto says “Where Unique Meets Antique."  They feature glass collectables such as Fenton, Mosser, and Boyd.  Also, vintage jewelry, hats, quilts, and unique handblown glass. While on Morton Street stop by the other vintage or vintage style shops from primitives at Fishers Antiques, Rebecca Haarer Arts and Antiques, and You-nique Bou-tique where you find that unique wrap, blouse, or skirt to fit your style.


Located at 133 Harrison St. One of our newest stores featuring all things bamboo from mattresses, linens, clothing, PJ’s, and robes.  So soft and cool.  Check them out, try a bed, and see how comfortable bamboo is.

Cherry Pickers

Located at 160 Morton St. Reclaims old houses and barns giving the salvaged items new life with custom built furniture using reclaimed woods and hardware.  Their store is like a salvage yard where you can explore for a special piece or browse the custom furniture and new flooring.  They have “real” reclaimed shiplap, hand hewn beams (great for a fireplace mantel), and can make that custom sliding barn door, cabinets, or a special one-of-a-kind piece.

Coffee Tables Rock

Located at 210 E Middlebury St. Where you can find rare and unique earth treasures from amethyst, petrified wood, one of a kind tables and slabs.

Kathy McClanahan's Oil Painting Studio

Located at 140 Harrison St. What a unique talent to have in Shipshewana.  Kathy oil paints on slate, windows, barn siding, milk cans benches, and canvas.  She can customize and design a one of a kind piece sometimes right there while you wait.

Kids Kreations

Located at 150 Harrison St. Where you can make your one of kind doll, dress your doll and yourself together.  Good fun for your child while you’re here in Shipshewana.

The Davis Mercantile

225 Harrison St. We refer to the Mercantile as the mall of Shipshewana.  4 floors of 21 unique shops from pretzels, to clothing, musical instruments, home décor, toys, and candy.  Stop by Millie’s café for a nice lunch and ride the fully restored 1906 carousel (you’re not too old to ride so jump on and smile).

The Ole Tin Rooster

Located at 165 Harrison St. Provides your source for Farmhouse Simplicity décor featuring Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines, Magnolia Home fragrances (lotions and candles), Beekman 1802 products, vintage found items, designer jewelry, used books, and products from local craftsman including Marla Miller a very gifted Amish painter.

The Town Shop-Antique Mall

Located at 115 Morton St. Great place to look for unique pieces.  Various dealers selling furniture, tools, primitives, jewelry, china, and much more.