Totally Barbados brings you the island’s most comprehensive online shopping directory for locally produced Barbadian items.
Every online store listed in our directory features Barbadian products. With just a few clicks, you can easily compare customer reviews, source hard to find Bajan products and get them shipped straight to your door!
Barbados Online stores listed in our directory all provide shopping cart or email purchasing options as well as direct shipping or delivery services.
Browse from a wide selection of local crafts, fine art, pottery, books, food items, clothing and accessories, hand-crafted jewelry, keepsakes, souvenirs and much more.
» Diamonds International source stones from the world’s largest diamond mines, providing clients with beautiful jewelry at a good value.
Visit their website to view their extensive selection of luxurious gemstone and diamond pieces to add luxury and timeless elegance to your collection.
» The Royal Shop – one of Barbados’ leading watch and jewelry dealers – carries some of the world’s most impressive watch designs including Piaget, Movado, Concord, and Wittnauer.
» Colombian Emeralds International is one of the largest and most trusted retailers in the region, welcoming travelers on their adventures. We offer precious reminders of their journeys to exotic locations.
Colombian Emeralds International has expanded to over 60 locations throughout the Caribbean, Central America, and onboard Norwegian Cruise Lines.
» Little Switzerland Barbados
Little Switzerland has been the leading duty-free retailer of jewelry, watches, and giftware across the Caribbean for over 50 years.
» Digicel (Barbados) Limited
Since its launch in 2001, Digicel Group has become the largest wireless telecommunications operator in the Caribbean with more than 6 million customers.
» The Bayside Collection Inc. offers a range of beautifully hand painted pillows produced by local Caribbean artists on a variety of tropical themes. Custom designs are also available.
» Caricraft offers a wide range of unique Caribbean items such as crafts, ethnic foods, and gifts. Send in a request and Caricraft will do their best to source the item for you.
» Carib Rehab Ltd. is Barbados leading supplier of rehabilitation and home care products. Browse their website for rehabilitation, home care, nursing, medical equipment, and supplies. MasterCard and Visa payments are accepted, and free island-wide delivery.
» Life-n-Styles Barbados Shop is complete with a wide selection of authentic Barbadian products including hand-made Barbados arts, crafts and jewelry, Bajan food products, souvenirs, candles, books and more.
» Bajan Balmz offers a complete range of all natural, chemical free products including natural soaps, skin balms, hair and scalp treatments, massage and bath oils, scented candles, insect repellents and herbal pillows. Visit their Facebook page or browse their website to see their full line of products. Note! Bajan Balmz website is currently under construction. Contact Sharon: email@example.com for more information.
» Designer Decor boasts the widest range of quality furniture in the Caribbean. Furniture and accessories feature contemporary designs using tropical sea-grass, water hyacinth and abaca rope and other materials. Packing and overseas shipping options are available. Email Designer Décor for pricing and more information. (Note: website is online but in the process of being updated)
» Frangipani Art’s online gallery features a selection of paintings, prints and greeting cards by Marilda Weatherhead. Venezuelan by birth, Weatherhead moved to Barbados in the late 1960’s. Weatherhead works predominantly with oils and soft pastels. Frangipani Art Gallery is located at Sugar Cane Club, Hotel, and Spa in St. Peter, Barbados.
» Cricket in the Jungle is an action-packed and wickedly-funny illustrated children’s book depicting Dave Martins’ classic calypso hit – ‘Cricket in the Jungle.’ In true Bajan form, a band of animals decides to take to the cricket pitch one Sunday after church. Included in the package is a CD of the Calypso.
» Bajanmarket.com is an online advertising and marketing agency specializing in helping companies, and private persons promote, advertise, publicize and market their products or company FREE of charge for 180 days. Residents of Barbados, Canada, the UK and the USA may browse their selection of items and services or take advantage of online marketing opportunities.
» Gallery Of Caribbean Art is committed to promoting the art of the entire Caribbean from Haiti and Cuba in the north through Jamaica, Barbados, and Guyana in the south. The gallery features region’s finest artist, sculptors, and photographers.
» Mango’s Fine Art Gallery features the work of acclaimed artist Michael Adams. His studio is located in the historic town of Speightstown and features paintings, silk-screens, and drawings. Adam’s work depicts Creole and Island life, Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls from around the world.
» Barbados Postal Service offers a wide array of commemorative and definitive stamps as well as other Barbadian philatelic memorabilia and limited edition prints.
» Carter’s General Stores specialize in building supplies as well as outdoor living and automotive items. Save time by visiting their online store. Purchased items may be picked up at any one of Carter’s locations or take advantage of free delivery within Barbados.
» Dillon Amber Dane Inc.’s online services offer a range of commercial, residential and kitchen furnishings and accessories from around the world including Scavolini’s high-quality Italian kitchens and kitchenware. Dillon Amber Dane provides free furniture delivery within Barbados.
» Suzka Designs features handcrafted jewelry inspired by the beauty of Barbados. Artist Suzanne Terno’s signature pieces include thread and wire crochet necklaces and bracelets with a variety of semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls, mother-of-pearl, Swarovski crystals, high-quality glass beads, and seashells. Visit Suzka Designs for a truly unique and one of a kind look.
» Shop Barbados is a Barbados based online shopping mall where you can buy and sell products. Shop Barbados’ offers a vast array of products including baby products, party favors and gift baskets, sexy lingerie and accessories as well as bewitching and luck potions.
» Courts Barbados provides a range of garden products, housewares as well as indoor, outdoor and office furniture. Sporting equipment, beauty supplies, watches, game consoles, computers, printers, televisions and appliances both big and small are all available through Courts online shopping site. Deliveries are limited to Barbados and offered free of charge.
» On the Wall Art Gallery is located in St. James with a second gallery space at Champers Restaurant along the south coast of Barbados. Visit their website for featured artist bios and a complete listing of featured craft, jewelry, and fine art. Search by medium, price or artist.
» Tropical Art Glasses produces unique fused glass pieces. Select from a range of picture frames, ashtrays, soap dishes, mirrors and door panels. Plates bowls candy boxes and other dinner wear are also popular items. Online purchasing and FedEx shipping available.
» J.P.A. Gittens Gift Shop displays a series of watercolor art by renowned Barbadian artist J.P.A. Gittens. Purchase prints, cards, and calendars or display Gittens artwork on clothing, bags, mugs, magnets and office supplies.
» Earth and Fire Workshop fuses the culture and vibrancy of every day Caribbean life into quality craft products. Charming figurines, chattel house candle holders, and wind chimes will delight visitors and locals alike. Bring the cheerful colors and style of Barbados straight to your home by visiting the Earth and Fire website today.
» Diaspora-Now strives to increase international awareness and appreciation of Caribbean Culture, through the distribution of information and works of art. Visit the Diaspora-Now website to view their fine art collection, prints, a range of handcrafted gifts and biographies of contributing artists.
» Weekes’ Wire Craft hosts a broad selection of exotic wire art by Barbadian Alfred Weekes and is widely exhibited in the Caribbean and North America. Visit Weekes’ wire craft for a selection of truly unique gifts.
» NavaZoe’s celebrated fashion designer Marva Forde designs and produces some casual, formal and semi-formal handbag lines. Custom made products are also available. NavaZoe bags are lined and washable. Choose from a selection of hand-painted, embroidered, airbrushed, hand-stenciled and pre-printed styles.
» Bajan JC Products offers the Bajan products exclusively through eBay. Current products available include Aunt May line of Bajan seasoning including jerk, traditional Bajan green seasoning, and hot sauces. Alcolado Glacial mentholated lotion is also available.
» Angelique Custom Creations features the work of Angela Went, one of Barbados’ top jewelry designers. Went’s elegant high fashion jewelry uses only the best quality products. Browse the Angelique website for one-of-a-kind creations made with semi-precious stones, sterling silver and unique handmade beads and glass nuggets.
» Dagne Leacock’s Portfolio features a sample of Leacock’s creations. Leacock works with some mediums including acrylic, watercolor, colored pencil, pastel, pen and ink, graphite and charcoal. Have something in mind? Consider ordering a commission piece. Dagne Leacock may be contacted directly through his free online portfolio.
» Native Treasures’ line of hot sauce products is the perfect blend of heat and flavor. Visit their website to purchase Native Treasures hot sauces, jams, jellies or purchase Anne-Marie Whittaker’s “Treasures of My Caribbean Kitchen.” The website also features a host of Barbadian recipes from coo-coo and coconut bread to flying fish.
» La Casa del Habano in Barbados
Located on the first floor of the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre in Holetown, St. James, La Casa del Habano a Cigar Lounge, has added another venue to the West Coast shopping lifestyle in Barbados.
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Author: Brett Callaghan