New Southside business Mission Shoppe recently launched on May 5, 2019. According to their Facebook page, their “tiendita” with home decor is inspired by the stories behind our beloved World Heritage Missions of San Antonio, Texas.
The San Antonio Missions is a World Heritage Site, meaning that it is an area or a landmark that has cultural, historical or scientific significance and is chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
In the case of the San Antonio Missions, there is a cultural significance. The San Antonio Missions consists of 5 Mission sites (Mission Concepcion, Mission Espada, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan and The Alamo) and one historic ranching outpost (Rancho de las Cabras).
Mission Shoppe features items including baskets and pottery, Canary Islander dolls, candles, home accents, mood lighting, stained glass, throw pillows and wall décor.
Follow Mission Shoppe on social media to keep up with their events and where you can stop by to purchase their merch. Check out their collections:
Pictured below: We were able to catch a glimpse of Mission Shoppe owner, Marcie Anguiano being interviewed by Southside talk show, The Carpenter’s Apprentice.