We love brands that have the same values and purpose as us. So we decided to feature some awesome brands we found in our new store! Most of these brands we will be carrying are women owned, doing social good and cannot be found on Amazon. We will be carrying small assortments from all the brands listed below.
A Shop of Things is a brand based in Nashville, Tennessee and was established in 2015. Their brand values consist of social good, women owned. Everything is made in USA and is not on Amazon. Business owner Mia Calotta makes, packages, emails, and literally does everything else for ASOT from a little room in her home. You can find them on Instagram @shopofthings.
Sara M Lyons is a southern California-based artist and illustrator. She delights in turning her cute, colorful drawings into whimsical objects with practical application and magical intentions. Her references are as varied as her creations, she's inspired by everything from '90s nostalgia and kawaii culture to the SoCal skate scene, punk rock, the oracular arts, and everything in between. From acrylic hair clips and enamel charms to spirited stickers and scratch-off oracle cards, Sara's world is spirited, thoughtful, and totally one-of-a-kind! Her brand's Instagram is @saramlyons.
Wyatt Little is a brand based in Houston, Texas established in 2013. He started off by specializing in creating shoe pots from ceramics. Now he creates all sorts of objects to create holders for plants such as hats, and 90s brick phones. Drawing inspiration from personal sentiments, memories and nostalgia, he creates new objects that confound and delight. This is a eco-friendly, handmade, and social good business. This brand is a small batch, made in USA and can not be found on amazon. Here is his Instagram: @wyatt.little.
Worthwhile Paper is designed in Ypsilanti, Michigan and was established in 2014. Worthwhile Paper is a collection of lively screen printed paper goods for lovers of nature, magic and meaningful design. All of their designs are thoughtfully hand drawn and printed with love, recycled paper & earth-friendly materials in Ypsilanti, Michigan. In every design you will find a a unique blend of nature & minimalism, combining the likes of simple shapes, bold patterns, symbolism, nature, and love. Worthwhile Paper plants one tree for each order in partnership with a non-profit, they use water-screen printing ink and are eco-friendly. Their Instagram handle is @worthwhilepaper.
Yellow Owl Workshop is designed in San Francisco, California and was established in 2006. Yellow Owl Workshop is a collection of artful, unique goods for creative expression designed by artist & author Christine Schmidt. Notable for its sophisticated yet playful aesthetic, the range of products includes greeting cards, a line of exquisite enamel gold pendants, earrings, lapel pins and rings, socks and craft kits. Though the products are diverse, consistent themes of innovative function, original graphics and bold colors emerge. Each item is expertly crafted with attention to detail, ecological awareness and premium materials. Instagram @yellowowlworkshop
Que Factory is designed in San Francisco, California and was established in 2016. In early 2016, the co-founders discovered the unsettling reality of disposable plastic bottles. With the mission to reduce plastic waste by creating a practical and stylish alternative that can be taken anywhere you go, they launched their first product - Que collapsible water bottle. Their goal is to make leading the line in a way that’s convenient, simple and natural. Their Instagram is @quebottle