This Refined Curation Of Responsibly Sourced Items For The Home Celebrates Artisans And Nature
With long days spent indoors, we're turning to Bloomist, for their refined curation of responsibly sourced, sustainable products that help bring the beauty we crave in nature, into the home. Co-founders Michael Zung and Alex Bates share a vision for the "beautiful, meaningful, purposeful things needed to make a natural home". With their commitment to helping artists, artisans, and makers thrive, this is an online resource we can get behind. Discover and shop six of our favorites below.
COPPER WATERING CAN
With its dramatic, sculptural shape, we won't mind if this watering can lingers on a windowsill. And because it's copper, it will develop a patina---and get better with age.
JOYA HANDWOVEN PILLOW IN BLUSH
Both preppy, and not. Wide stripes in earthy blush add muted punch to a couch or armchair.
DRIED NATURAL YARROW
We're wild for the beauty of dried plants and flowers. Create a clean, minimalist look by adding a couple of stark stems to a pitcher, like Bloomist's Novah style below, or fill one with multiple, assorted stems for a bohemian-country moment.
NOVAH PITCHER IN BROWN
This matte ceramic pitcher the color of rich clay is subtly inspired by Bauhaus design. A chic alternative to a vase, fill it with flowers---dried or fresh. We imagine it filled with sangria, too.
BEACH STONE MATCH STRIKER
Matches are one of those things most of us have sitting in drawers and on shelves in all corners in our homes. We love the idea of having a beautiful home for a practical item we'll surely always have on hand.
JIHOHU MUSSEL POT WITH CHARCOAL WOOD BASE
We love how dark, chalky vessel makes green plants pop. In footed, round, and elliptical shapes, the three together almost appear like an art installation.