Very excited to announce our first stockist in Oregon: Alder & Co. in downtown Portland. I have been a fan of this shop for years, and so I was very flattered when they offered to carry some Cotton & Flax tea towels and coasters in their beautifully curated shop. If you live in Portland, stop by Alder & Co. and see what they have in stock!
I’ve been reaching out to many of my favorite shops recently, trying to find new homes for Cotton & Flax goods. I love my current group of stockists (is there one in your city?), so many amazing shops represented all over the US. While Cotton & Flax items are online stocked in four US states so far (and in my online shop, of course), I’m hoping to add more shops soon. I was inspired by Anna Rifle Bond’s world domination map (you can see it in the 11th photo of that article), but I suppose my world takeover will focus on getting items into shops in all 50 states first!
Is there a shop in your community that should carry Cotton & Flax items on their shelves? Let me know over on Twitter!
I’m excited to share Cotton & Flax’s first Bay Area stockist: Rare Device in San Francisco! Rare Device is one of my favorite shops to visit when I’m in SF, they always carry the most beautifully designed items for the home. They have a great selection of stationery and jewelry, too, so it’s pretty hard to visit the shop without buying something you’ll love.
Rare Device is now carrying Cotton & Flax coasters and tea towels (which should be in the online shop soon), so if you live in San Francisco, stop by and see them in person!
I’m happy to share another lovely stockist of Cotton & Flax goods: Mignon Kitchen Co. This online-only shop carries a selection of curated goods for prepping, baking, serving, and sharing food, from everyday tools to indulgences. It certainly lives up to it’s name, which means “cute” in French.
You’ll find coasters and tea towels available at Mignon Kitchen Co. If you’re looking for a simple gift for a friend or a co-worker, I’d pair this adorable heart shaped tea infuser with some loose leaf tea, and a set of Cotton & Flax coasters for a charming gift.
I feel so lucky to be adding another fantastic stockist to the list of shops that carry Cotton & Flax goods! This week, it’s Amelia, a wonderfully curated shop in Oxford, Mississippi.
The owner of Amelia, Erin Austin Abbott, is an amazing supporter of indie makers, and stocks her shelves with all sorts of beautiful gifts, many of which are handmade. Amelia is a tiny shop, only 187 square feet, but she manages to create beautifully merchandised displays in the small space – an impressive feat!
If you live nearby, I hope you’ll stop by Amelia and check out my coasters and postcards in person. From what I can see online, the shop features lots of other fantastic items from some of my favorite makers. The stationery selection is particularly awesome, including The Paper Cub, Iron Curtain Press, and Rifle Paper Co.