New Retailers

We are excited to welcome our newest retailers to the LooHoo family. We encourage our friends and followers to shop and support our shared effort to make the world a better place.

 

 

 

Lucy’s Hardware

Intervale, NH

This TrueValue location has everything you need for home and garden. Services include glass cutting, screen repair, blade sharpening and paint matching. If you need power tools, heaters or cooking equipment, they rent these and more, too.

 

Nature’s Outpost

North Hampton, NH

Once you ready your garden for spring, you’ll want to accessorize. Check out this shop housed in a small cottage with a beautiful garden on the scenic coast of New Hampshire. Open seven days a week.

 

LRGH Auxiliary Gift Shop

Laconia, NH

If you’re visiting Lakes Region General Hospital, stop by the gift shop for some retail therapy. In addition to flowers, they carry accessories such as scarves and jewelry and items for the home.

 

Monica’s Scandinavian Imports

Caribou, ME

Bring home the flavor of Stockholm with a gift from Monica’s Scandinavian Imports appropriately situated on Sweden Street the last 50 years. Items are also from Denmark, Norway and Finland. In addition to the famed Dala wooden horses, shelves are lined with home décor items, clothing and clogs, blankets and jewelry.

 

Handle It!

Portland, ME

This Maine shop has thousands of knobs and pulls to accessorize any cabinet or drawer.  From modern organic shapes to traditional to whimsically colorful, there’s every color and finish you can imagine. Additional items include bath hardware, switch plates, address numbers and hooks.

 

Trillium

Biddeford, ME

Locals are raving about this shop that opened a couple of years ago on Main Street in Biddeford. Their unique items include jewelry, clothing, organic Maple syrup and original art.

 

Gracie’s Corner

Essex, CT

Cupcake soaps, Eliza B sandals and super-efficient Scrub Daddy sponges are among the wide variety of gifts in this shop. If you’re a pet lover, you’ll especially like the food, toys, doggie bowties, collar bells and more for your four-legged friends.

 

HiTide Gifts and Gourmet

Ogunquit, ME

Ogunquit is considered one of the best beaches in the county so if you’re visiting this southern coastal town, stop by HiTide Gifts and Gourmet located in a quaint shopping district. The shop has what you’ll need to enjoy the shore including umbrellas and beach chairs. There’s also gourmet popcorn and souvenirs.

 

Uncle Dean’s Good Groceries

Waterville, ME

This place has been selling natural and organic food for more than 35 years. Now under new ownership, it continues to also offer baked foods, canned and bottled goods, jewelry, gifts and locally raised farm beef.

 

Garden’s Galore

Woburn, MA

Set at the base of a large business building, Garden’s Galore is owned by a local Realtor and landscape designer. Linda Corapi Bolles lends her creative eye to juxtaposing décor items made by local artists. Treasures also include books, hand-blown glass, folk art puzzles and vintage treasures like vases and tableware.

 

Summer House Natural Soaps of Cape Cod

Hyannis, MA

Imagine the fragrance of summer hydrangea and orange buttermilk wafting into the air and you’re halfway to Summer House Natural Soaps. The lotions, salt scrubs, candles and yes, soaps, are all handmade on Cape Cod. They also have all-natural dog shampoo bars, lip balms, soap dishes, jewelry and home cleaning products.

 

My Secret Garden

Avon, CT

There’s quite a selection of unique items at My Secret Garden, voted Best Gift Shop last year, and prices are just right. One of the newer jewelry pieces is the Tempest in a Teapot Angel Bell silver necklace, a wonderful gesture for a special friend.

 

Allen Sterling & Lothrop

Falmouth, ME

Check out Maine’s oldest seed company, where you’ll find seeds (what else!) along with garden kits, nursery supplies and gardening tools. The gift shop also has beautiful and funky items for your favorite gardener.

 

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1 Comment

Kate
Kate

April 25, 2017

I used to live in Maine, and the company I now work for in California carries Loo Hoo’s: I was just having fun pronouncing the carrier stores in Maine the way I know they are, laugh: ‘Bid-eh-faahd’— ‘Oh-gahn-quit’ and so on.

I sure miss lobster rolls: we have the seafood, but nobody out here can convince me they know how to make a proper lahb-stah roll! Oh no you can’t!

Loo Hoo’s are good sellers for us, and I have fun telling the customers the ‘creation story.’ (Sure, I know it.)

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