Our storefront is open daily May-October. In our off-season the store is closed, however, you can reach us by email or by telephone, 989.292.0558.
Questions? We are here to help and love to hear from you!
Our little shop is located on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Come visit!!
Little Luxuries of Mackinac Island
7372-107 Main Street
PO Box 1953
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Store: 906.847.9980Inquiries About Featuring Your Items in Little Luxuries of Mackinac Island:
Have a product you would like to show us? Please email us a link to your website or attach photos. We would love to see what goodies you create! Thank you for your interest in our little store.Press Inquiries:
We are happy to work with you on your upcoming story. Send us an email and let us know what information we may provide you with.Products We Carry Only at Our Storefront: We wish we could put every item we sell in our store on Mackinac Island on our online shop too, but unfortunately, we cannot. Here is a list of product lines that are available in our storefront: TOCCA Perfume, Dash & Albert Rug Company, Marten Printworks, LLC, Meissenburg Designs, May Arts Ribbon, Jubilee Lighting If you are interested in learning more about any of these product lines to add to your home please send us a message and we will get back with you as soon as we can! Blog
Check out the Little Luxuries of Mackinac Island blog. Here you can get great recipes, homekeeping tips, things Nicole is inspired by and see bits of living on beautiful Mackinac Island, as well as learn about shop news, inspiration we are loving and much more!Facebook
Show us some love and show your friends what great taste you have! Support us by following along with us on Facebook Fan Page..Why Mackinac Island is called Great Turtle Island
Many of you ask why are there so many turtles on the island, not real turtles, but decorative turtles. This is because Native Americans in the Straits of Mackinac region thought that the island appeared to be in the shape of a turtle. Therefore, they named it 'Mitchimakinak', meaning 'big turtle'. The French used a version of the original pronunciation: Michilimackinac. However, the English shortened it to the present name: "Mackinac." I hope this little tidbit helps you understand why Mackinac Island is called Great Turtle Island and why you see an abundance of turtles on Mackinac!