It’s February and I’m having ALL THE FEELS for this store spotlight: Connected Goods. This e-tailer is based out of Portland, Oregon, but makes their artisan-made goods available to the world online. One reason I love this shop: they source all of their products from Fair Trade Federation members or local makers, so you can feel good about the products you put in your home. The other major reason: their beautiful aesthetic. Connected Goods nails both neutral and natural with beautiful products for every room.
While I try to be budget-conscientious, I’ve shifted more and more of my focus to the quality of products for our house as I’ve entered my late 20s. I feel better knowing a product will have greater longevity, and best when there is a passionate maker, artist, craftsman, or small business owner behind it. Connected Goods strives to “create a connected and meaningful experience between our customers and artisans” - an aim I can get behind.
If you’re looking for unique, socially-conscious products for your space, then I highly recommend Connected Goods. Scroll through some of my personal favorites below, plus check out styled shots from their Instagram.
Product Images: 1. Wild Olive Wood Cracker Trays || 2. Cotton Hand Towel in Blush || 3. Spiral Handle Olive Wood Salad Servers || 4. Mini Artifact Ceramic Vase 2 || 5. Taper Candles in Parchment || 6. Wood Caddy Organizer || 7. Large Kantha Quilt LK146 || 8. Hand-Forged Brass Tall Candlesticks || 9. Nesting Baskets with Black Beads || 10. Handmade Small Copper Bell Chime ||
Image Credits: Connected Goods