All of our designers rock, but vinyl-collector Jeff Davis is pure rock’n’roll. Take a tour of his Philadelphia studio where he turns classic albums into décor gold.
Meet Susan, designer of the Forget Me Not Necklace, and help us welcome her to the UncommonGoods artist family.
Submit your designs made of reclaimed materials for a chance to win $500 and an UncommonGoods vendor contract.
Our friends at Green 3, Jim and Sandy Martin, have helped us add some fantastic uncommon goods to our assortment. From adorable babywear like the gnome babysuit and hat and matching blanket, to the perfect-for-a-breezy-spring-day reclaimed t-shirt scarves, to the summer-friendly update on the popular recycled sweater skirt, the recycled bridesmaid dress skirt, the Martins know eco-friendly fashion...
Indian women have worn saris, beautiful, often embellished sheets of fabric, for hundreds of years. The traditional garment can be worn in many ways, but every sari, no matter how lovely, will eventually be draped a final time. Fortunately, the gorgeous fabrics don't have to go to waste when the sari no longer serves its traditional purpose. Artisans in India wash and repair the cottons, rayon, and silks from secondhand saris, then transform them into fashionable, functional handbags.