west elm is bringing more local makers + handcrafted goods to our customers!
We’re proud to announce the launch of our west elm local New York assortment at our Chelsea store. This new collection is a curated selection of home goods and handmade gifts from LOCAL artisans.
Demetria Chappo Ceramics’ hand-sculpted objects for the home and garden employ organic forms and hand-painted iconographic motifs.
Andrea Bocchio’s woven and crocheted necklaces and bracelets are made with organic cotton yarns, brass and acrylic chains.
ByAMT‘s home storage solutions includes woven leather baskets.
Claudia Pearson‘s illustrated, screen printed tea towels and wall art are inspired by her love of great food.
A Heirloom creates beautiful state-shaped cutting boards made from FSC-certified bamboo.
Flat Vernacular‘s lampshades incorporates hand-drawn patterns that are printed digitally on linen fabric.
Fleabags are totes and clutches made from canvas, leather and water-based silkscreens.
For The Makers specialize in compiling crafty projects into all-in-one kits for your DIY needs.
GOLDhearted Jewelry’s rope and stone creations are made in Brooklyn with pearl cotton thread, 14k gold-fill and gold-plated metals.
Fort Makers’ mobiles use wood, wax string and polymer clay to creative their decorative pieces.
Monroe Trades’ rustic colored hooks and industrial-style coffee tables and end tables are made from pipes and distressed wood.
Public Supply’s high-quality, American Made notebooks and writing essentials are made using Pantone ink and recycled paper.
Social Assembly’s stationery features hand-drawn illustrations and made with archival inks and recycled FSC-certified paper.
Stepanka Ceramics creates functional, decorative and sculptural porcelain pieces including their “Clouds” wall hangings and hanging basket.
Workaday Handmade makes handcrafted, utilitarian ceramics that combines clean, modern shapes with romantic patterns and unexpected glazes.
Are you a local maker? If you know of any other makers in New York or around the country that west elm should consider for local assortments, please let us know. Email your recommendations to: firstname.lastname@example.org.