Articles tagged #HANDMADE
Ocean-Side Savvy: How To Achieve A Coastal Grandmother-Inspired Abode
Have you heard about the new trend that's making waves in home decor? If the new season has you longing to make some decorative upgrades, why not take inspiration from one of the more prevalent styles of the moment? Chances are you’ve heard the internet buzz about the coastal grandmother aesthetic by now, a trend that comes courtesy of the popular app, TikTok. If you haven’t, picture the inspiration of this movement herself, Diane Keaton in Something’s Gotta Give. Or any other tastefully-casual heroines from a number of Nancy Meyer’s kitschy “romcoms.”
Artist Spotlight: Woodchuck Creations
We are so excited to partner with Mississippi artist, Woodchuck Creations, to bring you meticulously hand-crafted cutting boards. These one-of-a-kind handmade pieces are created by Chuck Shumaker and his wife, Sandy.
Artist Spotlight: Aftan
A hobby turned passion, Aftan uses her skilled crochet techniques to create gorgeous works of art for everyday life!
Treasures From Haiti
A collection born of love and purpose, our Haitian-made pieces are carefully crafted and hand-picked just for you. This ethical collection includes wall decor, planters, and tabletop pieces made from recycled scraps and locally sourced natural fibers, including rush and seagrass
Handmade in Honduras
Our artisan partners never fail to amaze us with the innovative works of art that they create. This is especially true of the artisans at Atuto in Honduras, who create beautiful handmade items out of natural and recycled materials.
Welcoming handmade earrings by Mississippi artist, Ponderosa Drive! Each style presents a one-of-a-kind statement with oblong shapes and small accents. Get to know Ponderosa Drive!
Beautiful and vibrant, our Lenca Collection will bring joy to your life. Handmade in Honduras by the women of the Lenca tribe, these bold pieces are sure to create a one-of-a-kind look while carrying around a piece of history. Learn how these beautiful pieces are made below.
La Chamba Collection
Well-known throughout Colombia, La Chamba cookware is a high-functioning piece of art. This special cookware is used in restaurants and homes across the country for preparing and serving traditional dishes. Its origins can be traced back at least 700 years to vases and pitchers found in pre-Columbian archaeological sites and are still made in the traditional manner. How is it made, you may ask? Read more to find out!