B+W | Holiday Gift Guide

B+W | Holiday Gift Guide


The beauty of black and white is in the coolness and coziness of the contrast.  The following black and white gifts will surely make you the perfect gift giver and if you are lucky, receiver! Check out the following local Washington vendors black and white goods and goodies!

Victory Garden Yarn Ombre ScarfBy: Victory Garden Yarn, a 2013 Etsy featured Seller located in Seattle. Holiday orders must be placed by December 8th!

Perhacs Adaptation Magnetic VaseBy: Perhacs, operated out of Bainbridge Island by Brandon Perhacs. He makes tabletop art, like the magnetic vase shown above.

Jesse Young, Untouched Fine Art Photography

By: Jesse Young Photography, a Fine Art Photographer with various black and white prints (specs and prices here).
Wren Bird Arts | Black and White Gift GuideBy: Erin Duncan, owner of Wren Bird Arts, Seattle maker specializing in handmade gifts and creative embroidery.

Sip and Ship Holiday Coffee shipments SeattleBy:Sip and Ship, with locations in Ballard + Greenwood. Their shipping service (ships coffee in the U.S. for free!)(Place holiday orders before the 17th).

Constellation and Co | Seattle Post CardBy: Constellation and Co. , a Seattle shop run by co-founder Sarah McNally (who gave an awesome Creative Morning talk!)

San Juan Sea Salt photoBy: San Juan Sea Salts, a group making solar evaporated and hand harvested sea salt. They also offer $6 flat rate shipping.

I'm so Hood | Black and White Gift GuideBy: Casual Industries, a print shop started by two brothers now operating out of Seattle’s Rainier Brewery.

Year Round Co | Black Waves BagBy: Year Round Co., a husband and wife team producing handmade goods out of Tacoma, WA.
Downing Pottery | Custom Wedding VaseBy: Downing Pottery, with shop owner and Seattle maker, Sarah Woodson making mugs and custom wedding vases (shown above).

Mandy Greer | Viking Princess Neck PieceBy: Mandy Greer, a Columbia City designer who is also hosting a Winter Studio Sale (event info here).

MiiR | Black and White Gift Guide

By: MiiR, a company started in Seattle to ‘make amazing products to change the world.’ (more on their impact here)

 

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