As new goods arrive, most everything finds a new home. A designer’s dream-come-true: I get to redecorate all the time! Here’s pictures of some treasured merchandising from then . . . to now. Welcome to my world.
- 208 n. 4th avenue
- in between the teahaus and motte & bailey booksellers
- monday — friday 10 – 6
- saturday 10 – 5
- sunday 12 – 5
- online store 24/7
ann arbor's unique boutique
What is Heavenly Metal?
Heavenly Metal is a curated collection of handcrafted jewelry, gift and art goods, purses, women’s clothing, and footwear from around and beyond the USA . . . ever-changing with the seasons and our whims . . . in one lovely space.
Our wish for you: embrace the notion “you are as beautiful as you feel.”
Wear it. Live it.
We are located in downtown Ann Arbor’s Kerrytown district. Walking through our front door is like a breath of fresh air as you take in the cozy feel, vibrant colors, vintage and repurposed display pieces, and of course all of our wonderful merchandise!
Come relax in our artful shop. Or shop with us online! Nearly all of what is found in store is available in our online shop. Our packages are always wrapped to bring a smile when opened.
Oct. 5 was our two-year anniversary at 208 N. 4th Ave.
We had a unique opportunity the Fall of 2016 to take over a larger storefront with lots of foot traffic. It’s a beautiful big space, but just as homey as our former location on E. Ann St. We’re between the Teahaus and Motte & Bailey Booksellers and two doors from the People’s Food Coop. We love being on busy 4th Ave, in the heart of the Kerrytown District.
We have two shop dogs: Lucy is my 17-yr old, 6 pound papillon. Willi is my 15-yr old 6 pound toy poodle. Come in for all the love you can want from Willi; Lucy is a cranky old girl now and prefers to be left alone.
Sonny Hurtado and Nate Bennett make up my Heavenly Metal family. Sonny is Social Media Director, managing marketing and the online store. Sonny would love feedback on our daily instagram, facebook, and twitter posts. If you’d like to reach out to him, email him here. Nate is the store branding director. Please email him here if you have inventory, product, returns, or other questions. Saleswoman supreme Nancy Szabo is on sabbatical.
November & December artists shows:
Saturday, November 3:
Michigan artist Sarah Abend will host a pop-up of her stunning sculptural ceramic jewelry. Be prepared to find it difficult which pieces/colors to take home with you or to purchase as gifts!
10am – 3pm
Friday, November 16:
Ann Arbor author/illustrator will be reading from her latest book, “50 Ways to Wear Accessories.” Lauren will do demonstrations from the book. Be sure to wear a scarf for a personal how-to from Lauren!
5pm – 7pm
Saturday, November 17:
Northern Michigan ceramic artist Phil Wilson returns to Ann Arbor with a sampling of his beautiful functional pottery. He’ll be selling mugs, vases, and vessels from his “Lots ‘O Pots” ceramic line.
11am – 3pm
Saturday, November 24:
Ann Arbor fiber artist Cait Quinn will be on hand with a collection of her handwoven and macrame wall hangings and other gift items.
11am – 4pm
Friday, November 30:
It’s Ann Arbor’s annual holiday kick-off! We’ll be open ’til midnight, as will my neighbors, and we’ll be stocked up for holiday shopping.
Friday, December 7:
Ann Arbor artist/jeweler will be selling her handmade leather earrings for holiday gift shoppers. Lightweight, mixed colors, and very now, Terry’s earrings are a big hit around Ann Arbor!
5pm – 7pm
Saturday, December 15:
Local jeweler and recent U/M Art & Design School grad, has created her own line of therapeutic fidget and aromatherapy jewelry.
10am – 4pm
Vicki’s Wash & Wear Haircuts
One of the things that makes Heavenly Metal so special is how it’s connected with Vicki’s Wash & Wear Haircuts, my other business located inside the same space. I’m rumored to be a jack-of-all-trades kind of woman: I cut hair along with being the owner, buyer, and merchandiser for the gallery/gift shop. Scratching your head? It makes perfect sense. Before and after your haircut, you get to hang out in a really cool store. Wow! Get some great earrings! Or scarf! Or outfit! It’s perfect with that new haircut!
About my haircuts: I do not provide chemical services nor do I wash hair; instead, what you get is a dry-cut commonsense haircut that will grow out well and is designed around your particular head of hair. I charge $45 for all cuts. Call or email me for an appointment.