10 Handmade Homewares

12 Handmade Items for your Home that are gorgeous! See them all on The Fresh Exchange

Since moving into our home I have been hunting for homeware items that are quality, handmade, and don’t break the bank. Having a mix of larger brand homeware items and high quality homemade things creates a well rounded and unique design in your home with character and personality. But! That doesn’t mean it is easy to find the right things. I have found that though I follow a lot of great stores with great products that connecting with stores through Etsy is one of the best ways to find things we love. Things are usually one of a kind or made to order, but the time and money are well worth it for the quality and unique pieces you receive. So I gathered up some of these items for you to get inspired today.

You can find the links to the items below.

12 Handmade Items for your Home that are gorgeous! See them all on The Fresh Exchange

Canvas Storage Basket from Good Company Wares $78  |  Ceramic Dishware from Blanc Pottery $38  |  Seaside Weaving from Secret Ceremony $160  |  2-tier Light from Park Studio LA $1,240  |  Metal Toilet Paper Holder from Petrified Design $50  |  Moon Chime from MudPuppy $170  |  Solid Wood Stool from Walnut and Oak $230  | Windsor Bed from Hedgehouse Furniture $1,500  |  Handmade and Woven Kilim Pillow from Christian Rathbone $54  |  Leather and Brass Handle from Lamborn Studio $18  |  French Butter Keeper from Sawyer Ceramics $38  |  Wall Mounted Light from Mod Creation Studio $135


So tell me, do you have a favorite place to find unique and handmade or even local items? What do you look for when you look for things for your home? How do you mix bigger brands with small one?

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  1. Loved this post! I’m crazy about Felt + Fat pottery, which makes made-to-order ceramics in our neighborhood in Philadelphia. They previously made most of their designs for restaurants in New York and Philly, but they’ve started up a homewares line and a swoon-worthy wedding registry. http://www.feltandfat.com/aboutourwares/

  2. The more I read your blog, the more I like it 🙂 I love the Wood Stool from Walnut and Oak!
    I try to buy local and ethical for food and cosmetics, but I need to improve my way of buying when it comes to houseware and fashion. Thanks for helping us to question our habits 🙂

    1. I know! It is really hard. Handmade products can be pricey for a whole house, but I think when we can make those decisions it is always good to have some sort of direction and way to find great things 🙂 Glad you are loving the blog!