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Where to do your local holiday shopping in Columbia, SC

Eight local shops and vendors for everyone on your list this holiday season.

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The holidays are a perfect opportunity to shop local, so here are a few recommendations for those left on your list.

For the artsy types

For the person who needs to treat themself

Kitsch up their kitchen

  • Kyle Smith Pottery | Find unique pottery pieces, like ginger graters, spoon rests + sponge holders.
  • Color Me Special | These embroidered products, like kitchen towels, would suit any kitchen.

For more local vendors, check out this list of small businesses.

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