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Top 20 Best Hobbies and Collectibles Shopify Stores

Choosing to focus on this category certainly presents many opportunities as there are countless hobbies and collectibles that people are interested in. You can carve your own niche or take inspiration from some of the stores below.

One of the ways to have a successful online business is to have standout products and a standout website, so we chose to look at unique stores with well-made websites to inspire you.

Even today, many merchant entrepreneurs choose Shopify to create their business and it’s not hard to see why. It’s affordable, easy to use, and very secure. Plus, it’s a platform that even buyers are familiar with.

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The following are the top 20 hobby and collectibles stores on Shopify. They include hobbies such as kayaking, sketching, anime, and even gardening. Here's hoping they're a source of motivation and insight for you. 

  1. Pure Cycles

Pure Cycles are designed for the way people actually ride. That’s biking with friends. Having fun, feeling free. Pure Cycles are built to be ridden hard and ridden often, because no matter the day or ride, you can’t have too many bikes.

In a market as saturated as the cycling industry, it takes more than just a good bike to stand out from the rest. Pure Cycles has a passion for design that shows in its products and branding. They have a very strong narrative that they use to help differentiate them from other brands. This is also evident in their website which has well-written copy all over and beautiful photographs that entice you to check out their amazing bikes.

  1. Ugmonk

Ugmonk is an online design studio that focuses on creating high-quality, well-designed objects for the home and office. Founded by Jeff Sheldon in 2009, Ugmonk produces a wide range of products such as clothing, and home goods.

The design itself is clean, minimal, and on-brand. It has the familiar colors of its apparel, which strengthen both the company's consumer base and ability to sell across channels. The logo is strong and recognizable at first glance. There are enough images to convey the brand without being overwhelming or confusing. And most importantly, it looks nice.

  1. Leather Head Sports

Paul Cunningham, a long-time sports industry professional, founded Leather Head Sports. He was a former Photo Editor for Major League Baseball who at the same time honed his skills as a passionate leather craftsman. 

Paul created LEMON BALL™ baseballs and LEATHER HEAD™ footballs when he formed Cunningham Classics, LLC. He's made a name for himself as a purveyor of innovative, high-quality American leather products, using traditional techniques and paying close attention to the smallest of details.

  1. Colossal Shop

The Colossal Shop was formed as a result of a popular art and design blog. People who appreciate design and art have relied on their unique and creative items for years. The pandemic forced the closure of this store in Chicago after a few years of operation. For the time being, they're exclusively accessible online.

The simple website design lets the products shine on their own and really, that’s all they need. The navigation menu is simple and easy to follow. Their categories are separated into wear, play, home, and work. 

  1. Uppercase

For creatives and those looking to be inspired, there’s UPPERCASE. This creative and stunning magazine is a collection of typography, art, and design. It has a worldwide readership of designers, artists, artisans, creative enterprises, and paper enthusiasts. UPPERCASE has been published since 2009. There are no ads and the production values are top notch. 

What’s nice about it is, fans can also contribute to the magazine. This helps create a community of creatives who are actively engaged with the company.

  1. Super Team Deluxe

If you ever wanted to collect those creative enamel pins or wearable hats, then you might’ve heard of Super Team Deluxe. They also have a wide selection of stickers, art prints, and patches. Like their one-of-a-kind items, the website for Super Team Deluxe is unique and imaginative.

All of the pins are shown on the home page, which is quite convenient. An interesting design feature is that as the consumer hovers over an individual pin, a rainbow border appears.

  1. The Sill

If you’re one of those who got into plants over the pandemic, you might love what The Sill is doing. They’ve got everything from plants, pots, and botanicals. They also offer virtual workshops and other plant care. They even have a subscription plan for plant parents who want to expand their plant family. 

The Sill’s website offers a range of gorgeous plants and a soothing color palette—and makes it easy to give a gift. Customers can choose from several options, including “pet-friendly” and “host gifts”. Little touches like letting buyers choose their preferred planter style and color is also great.

  1. Denik

Most people love to buy useful objects that look nice and more so if they have a cause behind them. Seeing an opportunity to create creative, cause-based notebooks, founders Tyler and Jake set out to gather artists who can design and help them bind notebooks. With each item sold, they give part of the proceeds to fund the building of a school in Africa.

The website is gorgeous and full of artistry. You can’t deny that artists are behind this. They used paper-like graphics for the design which gives the website some character.

  1. Next Chapter Design

If you wanted to sell your own greeting cards or just looking for inspiration from some creatives, check out Next Chapter Studio. It’s a design and Risograph print shop located in New York selling handmade greeting cards, calendars, and print products.

Although their website is minimal, it's highly vibrant and consistent with their brand. " Like their designs, it's bold and clean. The white backdrop helps bring out the variety of print styles and colors in the products.

  1. Polaroid

A brand that’s loved around the world, Polaroid,  is also on Shopify. It’s a brand known for its cameras and instant film.

As a large corporation, one can expect a clean and simple website. But Polaroid adds a few touches that make it truly theirs. When you hover over the products on the website, the border resembles that of a polaroid picture. It’s creative and not distracting.

  1. Vinyl Me, Please

Music never gets old, and vinyl is a unique way to experience both old and new music. Vinyl Me, Please takes it to another level. Their "record of the month" subscription offers a variety of vinyl choices for music lovers. It lets customers discover fresh songs handpicked for a certain genre like hip hop or classics and discover new favorites.

Music fans will feel right at home on the website. They have dedicated pages to their Top 100 curated vinyl, as well as an online magazine that has interviews, information about the records and musicians. Everything you need to know is provided.

  1. Paperlike

Digital artists and hobbyists will be familiar with Paperlike, the first screen protector that makes writing and drawing on the iPad feel like on paper. 

There are huge, close-up photos of the screen protector along with drawings and writings to showcase the product across the website. 

  1. Archer & Olive

Some people find journaling to be calming and it can also help take care of one’s mental health. Fans of journaling have a penchant for beautiful notebooks and what more for ones that are ethically made and environmentally friendly? Archer and Olive provide everything you might need to get started with journaling. They have beautiful notebooks, pens, stickers, and more.

Pastel hues are used for the website and it’s really soothing and nice to the eye. It serves its purpose while also effectively highlighting the products. The home page also educates new customers on why their journals are different.

  1. The Kawaii Shoppu

Kawaii is a Japanese word that means cute, and this store is its embodiment. They have novelty items as well as decor and apparel that scream “kawaii”.

Even the website is made to look cute with soft pastel colors, wavy lines, and bubble graphics. It has some useful functions as well. On the product page, you can immediately see what other variations each product has so you won’t even have to leave the page. You can just hover it and it will show you the item in a different color.

  1. Caspari

Caspari's idea is to showcase a diverse range of designs from world-renowned museums and indie artists, spanning in style from traditional to contemporary. They have stationery, tabletop, and party decor, gift wraps, as well as items for journaling.

Classy products require a classy website, and Caspari does it well. It’s simple yet it’s able to highlight the product design and lets customers appreciate every detail. Their navigation menu is very organized which really helps as their product line is so vast. The filters are an added feature that’ll help customers find what they are looking for faster.

  1. Caraway

Caraway is the brand to watch out for if you’re looking to sell modern cookware. The company’s mission is to craft well-designed home goods that thoughtfully raise the standards of what you cook with. Simply put, their products are designed to make your life easier and healthier.

Everything about their website is stunning and well-designed. The colors used match the products they sell and the layout is nice and clean. They feature several videos of the cookware, ranging from its unpacking to its use. It's a great approach to show buyers how the products will appear and function.

  1. Bote

BOTE manufactures the world's highest quality, most revolutionary, best-looking, and easiest-to-use stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, docks, and paddle gear. Bote is a fantastic company that creates incredible items while providing excellent service and prompt replies. Their products are of great quality, long-lasting, and visually appealing.

While their products are beautiful, the website provides a glimpse into the lifestyle. Photos of Bote boards and kayaks in use may be found throughout the website, enticing you to check it out for yourself. We liked how there is an "experience" page that provides customers with as much information about the products as possible without them having to visit the store. There are tutorials, videos, and even podcasts available.

  1. Lion Brand Yarn

One of the hobbies that took off during the pandemic is knitting and crochet. Cardigans and crochet items are quite popular now and we think will become more so with the coming holidays. Lion Brand® Yarn Company is a fifth-generation, family-owned business. They provide their own brand of yarn as well as kits, patterns, and finished products.

Knitted products make you think cozy and warm, and we definitely get that vibe from Lion Brand’s website. One notable thing as well is the high-resolution photos on the website. This shows the texture of the yarn and other products available. You can almost imagine what kind of cardigan or item you’ll end up making with their yarn just by looking at the photos.

  1. Snoop Slimes

Slimes grew in popularity thanks to the ASMR trend that took over the internet a few years back. Until today, there are fans who still love the stuff and it helps that slime creators have kept innovating with their endless creativity. We can see it in Snoop Slimes who create the most realistic looking “food” slimes out there. They also have an array of other slimes--crunchy, jelly, clear and metallic.

For a product as fun and creative as this one, they opted to go for a more simple layout. But what makes them stand out is the color, as well as the close-up shots of the actual slime. Since they sell an array of different textures and inclusions, this is a nice touch that their customers will appreciate.

  1. Folded Steel

For those who like to cook, you know how important the quality of your knife is especially when you’re preparing meat. Folded Steel offers gorgeous chef knife essentials that are sharp, sturdy, and dependable.

The website is a reflection of the product’s gorgeous finish. The high-resolution photos allow you to see the texture and quality of the products. Their product descriptions are engaging and are able to describe the items so well, showing off their knowledge and expertise. 

CONCLUSION

Shopify is capable of handling whatever industry you want to operate in it. You may sell anything including food, fashion, automobiles, and medical products. Even if you want to make changes to your store, the development time is short. It's easy to understand why Shopify's service is unmatched.

  • It's inexpensive. All of Shopify's clients get top-notch services at a reasonable price.
  • A lot of people are interested in it. In the United States alone, there are more than 11 million Shopify stores. If anyone doubts its credibility, this should do the trick.
  • It's mobile-friendly. There are several advantages to using Shopify to run an e-commerce business. Using Shopify's multi-channel capabilities and examples like these, clients may access it on their PC and mobile devices.

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