#westelmlocal in San Diego!
west elm is bringing more local makers + handcrafted goods to our customers!
We’re proud to announce the launch of our west elm local California assortment at our San Diego store. This new collection is a curated selection of home goods and handmade gifts from LOCAL artisans.
Susan Hoff’s handcrafted tote bags are inspired by her time spent at sea and upbringing on a farm. The collections use reclaimed sailcloth and horse tack.
The Coastal’s ceramic coasters are made from recycled ceramic and non-toxic paint, designed to be “a table’s best friend.
Rais Case bags are made using leather, wool, American-made brass hardware, feather and fair trade beads in San Diego, CA.
A Question of Eagles’ blue and white ceramic planters are hand made with lead-free glazes.
Cotton & Flax uses linen/cotton blend fabrics and non-toxic inks for their minimalist design pillows and tea towels.
Bird & Feather’s playful air plant pots are made of dried plant pods and paint.
River Luna’s watercolor paintings and archival art prints are inspired by the little pieces of life that often go unnoticed.
Eric Trine’s metal plant stands and pedestals fall in line with the traditional California modern aesthetic—simple, casual and playful.
Bubo Baggins’ handmade leather tote bags, iPad cases, and wallets are both utilitarian and stylish.
M.F.E.O. (“Made For Each Other”) uses reclaimed wood and sustainably harvested maple euro ply in their Troika Mirror, Monolith Bookends, and Junaglow Hanging Planter.
Rachel Craven Textile’s linen aprons and napkins feature geometric prints.
Are you a local maker? If you know of any other makers in California or around the country that west elm should consider for local assortments, please let us know. Email your recommendations to: firstname.lastname@example.org.