Going to the grocery or hardware store is usually a chore that doesn’t stir up any special emotions. But things may be different if you visit a supermarket that has something unique, whether it is an interior element or a product they sell. For example, in Salt Lake City, there’s a shopping mall with a real mountain stream running through it. In Paris, there’s a shop that sells colorful toilet paper. And it’s presented on the shelves as if it were some kind of elite wallpaper.
Here are another 17 places where the Bright Side editorial team would love to go shopping.