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Reed Smythe & Company

Keith Smythe Meacham and the late Julia Reed founded this shop as an homage to their Southern roots and the belief that hosting is the best way to show love.

St. Frank

We are creating a home brand built for a new consumer. We believe your space should share your story and values – travel off the beaten path, authentic products, and ethical sourcing. Each of these qualities is woven into the St. Frank home to provide a beautiful and unique aesthetic while harnessing the power of business to create sustainable social change. Our line consists of three parts – contemporary handmade, vintage, & printed pieces. We work with artisans in under-resourced settings, supporting quality jobs & preserving heritage crafts.

The Huntress

The Huntress is a home furnishings store and lifestyle brand dedicated to reinforcing the feeling of home. Located in Pound Ridge, New York, The Huntress is rich with whimsical, quirky sophistication and classical nostalgia. The Huntress encourages us to keep seeking, keep hunting through true connection to what home means to you. Hunt adventure, love and a little indulgence too.

String Things Studio

A yarn lover’s haven and a welcoming space for creatives of all types. Whether you knit, crochet, weave or macramé, you will experience creativity in every aspect. From the beautiful array of yarns for a wide range of tastes, to the classes and events offered to educate and inspire.

PUR Home Clean

PUR Home is dedicated to creating products that do not cause harm to Mother Earth. We respectfully have chosen only those ingredients that cause the least harm to her. Our liquid laundry detergent packaging is biodegradable and can be composted. All of our bottles are recyclable and we will continue to educate consumers about recycling and other uses for containers, thus reducing waste. We source our ingredients from companies that are ethical in their production of ingredients, and do not pollute.

Pottery by Osa

I use red stoneware clay (people often refer to it as terracotta) and often leave portions of my pots unglazed, decorated with carved and stamped geometric designs to hint at prehistoric ceramics. The patterns are simple and universal, as similar designs can be found on the bodies of ancient pots from all over the world. Some of my surfaces are inspired by the aged and weathered surfaces we observe in everyday life such as worn paint or oxidized metals. I wish for my work to be used daily rather than set aside for special occasions.

Domain by Laura Hodges Studio

Domain by Laura Hodges Studio is our home decor shop with a curated collection of local and globally sourced fair trade and sustainable home decor, original art, unique gifts, and one-of-a-kind pieces.

Robin Wilson

With a national following, CLEAN DESIGN HOME is a brand focused on hypoallergenic options, developed and created by designer Robin Wilson who brings her focus on wellness, chic style and sustainable options to offer high quality, unique merchandise to a discerning consumer.From the foundation to the furnishings, we focus on CLEAN DESIGN protocols – ensuring items are eco-friendly, hypoallergenic, sustainable and non-toxic.

The Black Home

Neffi Walker believes life should be designed beautifully and a beautiful life is one designed with intention. As a mother of five, business owner and principal designer of The Black Home, Neffi Walker bridged the gap on family, creativity and business in ways that are enviable. Her approach on life to highlight the overlooked or undervalued beauties can be mirrored in the way she approaches design.

Jungalow

Jungalow® started as a design blog in Justina Blakeney’s tiny, plant-filled living room back in 2009 and has since grown into a lifestyle brand. The shop features Justina Blakeney Home® and Jungalow® collections designed in Los Angeles studio. You’ll also find a curated ensemble of creative, colorful, modern goods from around the globe.