Welcome to the HUMMINGBIRD HOUSE! The best gift store in town. Not only do we shop for lotions, potions and soaps. We also shop for amazing and creative ideas here.
When the owners purchased this historic landmark, they made it one the most desirable places to visit and your can find unique and amazing items from furniture, garden accents, re-purposed items, fancy linen and antiques. The Hart General Store was built in 1926 and was Sedona’s first general store. Each room is painted a different color, decorated with different themes and is a wonderful delight to explore.
So, if you ever get tired of the crowds of tourists at Tlaquepaque and in Uptown? Check out this hidden gift shop.
This old burlap chair looks fabulous in this Halloween setting!
They have two locations, one (my favorite) is on Brewer Rd and Ranger Station Rd near the Tlaquepaque Shops. The other store is located in the Hyatt Shopping Center near Uptown Sedona.
Re-purposed Armoire with garden items.
The "Back Room" where they have all the Halloween Carnival and Apothecary items displayed.
The "Beach Room" where you can find the lotions and potions that we love so much. They have exposed bead board on the ceilings which add amazing texture to this room.
Down the "Hallway" its filled with oodles of wonderful kitchen items and ideas.
The "Bathroom" with its blue-ish gray walls, old antique claw foot tub and mosaic tiled floor.
The "Living Large" room hosts more seasonal items.
I love the old vintage bike in front of the store at the Hyatt Shopping Center
|Parisian Porcelain Dolls|
|Fun Halloween Display|
|"Wicked Spirits" Skull Decanter and Glasses|
This chandelier is made of tin and consists of five women's slippers which probably would look fantastic in a large walk in closet.
|Hot Squash Pumpkins by Daria Knowles|
|A Salem Witch... or a Pilgrim with her Thanksgiving day Pumpkin|
The venetian glass gourds or fruit... what ever you think they are.. are absolutely stunning. So if your in town and you want to find something wonderful to take home with you, go check these two places out!
|A black "Halloween" vintage bike displayed in the store.... Gotta love it.|