With two shops, in 39 and 61 Chapel Street, Chorley, Anise has gifts for all occasions.
Visitors can take their time to browse, with novelty knick knacks, jewellery, clothing and crystals.
There are plenty of pleasant aromas, from the candles and incense oils and sticks sold in-store.
Open Monday to Saturday, 10am until 5pm.
Assembly Rooms Emporium, Lancaster
The Assembly Rooms Emporium in King Street, Lancaster occupies a lovely 18th century Grade II listed heritage building and a must for those looking for something a little different. It is home to an eclectic mix of stalls selling vintage, period, retro and alternative clothing, jewellery and accessories.
Many are taking online orders only at the moment.
Heima, Lytham Heima, in Station Road, owned by Jo Richardson, sources individual, high quality items of furniture for the home and garden.
As each piece is individual, stock is constantly changing, providing a wealth of variety, focusing mainly on the coastal theme.
The emphasis is on original decorative pieces rather than reproduction. This way not only will you own a great piece it will also hold its value.
It stocks Annie Sloan Chalk Paint products.
Open Tuesday to Thursday, 11am until 4pm; Friday 11.30am until 4pm; and Saturday 10.30am until 4pm.
For updated information on opening restrictions visit https://www.facebook.com/HeimaLytham
Horrockses Curiosity Shop, Tea Rooms and Dress Agency, Wyre
Horrockses Curiosity Shop, Tea Rooms and Dress Agency, in Rawcliffe Road, St Michaels, is a multi-purpose one-stop shop.
Makers of classic vintage clothes, the firm also houses antique furniture. Due to current restrictions the shop has new opening hours of 10am until 4pm, Saturdays and Sundays.
Horrockses are also offering private shopping appointments for those who are unable to visit at weekends or would prefer a quieter visit.
For more information visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/horrockses.curiosity.shop/