Our Founder's Sustainable Gift Guide
A minimalist, always on the lookout to pair down, making a holiday wishlist is not my favorite task. We are currently renovating our home, so I have found a few holes, I would like to fill with beautiful, classic and long lasting goods. Similarly, my wardrobe is mostly established, but it’s always nice to layer on a few special pieces I will enjoy for years to come.
Catalina Organic Towels - soft and beautiful organic cotton and organic linen towels in a lovely herringbone pattern.
Sanko Bag - one of my favorite local companies, create supple handmade leather goods, this is the perfect everyday bag.
East Fork Dinner Plate - Microwave and dishwasher-safe pottery dinner plate, made with regional materials in North Carolina, would look so pretty placed on an open shelf.
Gotland Felted Wool Slippers - toasty slippers, ethically made with made with Danish and New Zealand virgin wool.
Denim Surplus Jacket - our denim jacket, lined with hemp fleece, perfect for layering all winter long.
Raw Moonstone Ring - I love the organic look of this handmade, raw moonstone ring, would look great stacked or worn alone.
Eames Storage Unit - Made by local West Michigan company, Herman Miller, this storage unit will last forever and is a classic piece to pass down to my children.
Glass Jar with Bamboo Lid - Moving toward a plastic-free life is a constant goal, these aesthetically pleasing jars can hold just about anything.
Bamboo Drying Rack - This classic design is eco friendly and foldable, perfect for small spaces.