west elm is bringing more local makers + handcrafted goods to our customers!
We’re proud to announce the launch of our west elm local Washington assortment at our Seattle store. This new collection is a curated selection of home goods and handmade gifts from LOCAL artisans.
HANDSworkshop makes geographically inspired prints using ink and paper.
Herbivore Botanicals makes clay and carbon based soaps using luxurious clays, activated bamboo charcoal and plant based oils.
Kri Kri Studio makes handmade ceramic vases, lamps and tableware using clay and glaze.
Piano Nobile is a design studio and fabrication workshop that makes hand-printed organic textiles using clean-air, clean-water materials and a hand-built recycled steel printing press.
Pine & Boon makes leather bags and wallets using vegetable tanned leather and dyed suede.
Raw Materials Design creates simple and durable American-made kitchen and dining textiles from 100% cotton.
Three Bad Seeds makes heirloom quality pillows using wool and linen.
Jessalin Beutler makes textiles using unbleached cotton and water-based inks.
Vol.25 creates vintage inspired science posters using wood, twine, canvas and ink.
Are you a local maker? If you know of any other makers in Washington or around the country that west elm should consider for local assortments, please let us know. Email your recommendations to: firstname.lastname@example.org.