As we were researching this year’s edition of our Holiday Gift Guide, we heard about Abbio’s direct-to-consumer cookware line launched by two brothers—Jonathan Wahl and Eric Wahl—born and raised in Seattle. We’re so excited about these high quality products entering the market.
On November 30th, Small Business Saturday, the Melrose Market Studios space will be transformed into a holiday bazaar with 20 local artisan vendors curated by Seattle Made.
Nordstrom recently welcomed Memphis Milano, an exhibition and pop-up shop featuring a specially curated collection, including original furniture and decor pieces from the likes of Memphis icons Ettore Sottsass and Michele De Lucchi, alongside a curated gift shop. The exhibit is the brainchild of Olivia Kim, Nordstrom Vice President of Creative Projects.
Carefully curated gift sets for modern online gifting.
Valentine’s Day is three weeks away. If you’re like us, you’re busy. Busy doesn’t have to mean that we can’t give thoughtful, useful, and unique gifts to our loved ones though. Knack utilizes local and regional artisans who have a great story and then arranges them into gift sets or Knacks.
Here is a list of some of our favorite gifts this season by local makers and shops. Hopefully you can find something for everyone at one of these shops. We’ll add more as we come across items, so make sure to check back. Happy holidays!
Based out of Kirkland (5/13/19 update: now Woodinville), Logo Unltd is a creative collective that produces customized promotional products and apparel. They offer a wide array of design techniques including embroidery, laser etching and engraving, heat transfer, dye sublimation, embossing, and progressive design services. The team at Logo Unltd can help you with projects of any size.
Summer is coming—officially on Monday, June 20th. Here are some items from local shops to prepare you for sunshine, bonfires, BBQs, and outdoor adventures. From summery wine to hair care, accessories, and cute casual clothing. Shop thoughtfully, shop local, and support small businesses in our community.