Chagrin Valley Store in Downtown Cleveland


Chagrin Valley 5th Street Arcades Cleveland Ohio 

We are excited to announce that our full line of natural organic skin and hair care products is available in our Downtown Cleveland Store in the 5th Street Arcades. 


Our Arcade Store is Located at: 
5th Street Arcades #14(the old Colonial Arcade side)

530 Euclid Ave #14
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Store Phone: 216-562-8199

Please click here for Store Hours Before you visit

Our store may still be listed as the Bright Green Gift Store on the store finder list. We will also be featuring Cherub's Blanket products. Certified organic cotton products for baby and home!

Come and see us!


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A Bit of Arcade History

While most Clevelanders know about "The Arcade," downtown Cleveland has two more arcades, the Colonial Arcade built in 1898 and the Euclid Arcade built in 1911. The two arcades are situated in the heart of downtown Cleveland and lie parallel to each other between East 4th and East 6th Streets, bound by Euclid and Prospect Avenues at each end. 

The Colonial Arcade and the Euclid Arcade were connected in the middle by a food court in 2000. 

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It is difficult to imagine today just how busy these arcades were in the decades after they first opened. This was an era before suburban malls and shopping centers when everyone came to Downtown Cleveland to shop.

These historic shopping arcades served as vibrant indoor streetscapes filled with shops and activity, a welcomed escape from the brisk cold weather that accompanies our Cleveland winters. (

Picture of the Colonial Arcade in 1934 from The Cleveland Memory Project

A Cute Story Chagrin Valley Soap Ida and Dad

When I (Ida) was a little girl, my father managed a Jewelry store in the Colonial Arcade. I would sit on a chair, wait for customers to come, shop and go, and then wipe their fingerprints off the glass counters. That was over 50 years ago!

The actual jewelry store is still there, right across the way from our store. When I went in to tell the owner my story--one of the employees replied, "Welcome home!"

The picture on the right is Ida and her dad, Sam, in 1960.