Decorating With UncommonGoods


This post is sponsored by UncommonGoods.  However, all of the opinions in this post are 100% my own.

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to decorating, I’m always looking for well designed unique pieces to decorate my home. Definitely not your run of the mill pieces that you see in every store.   Being an artist, I love having variety and statement pieces that aren’t from your typical house ware store that is just down the street.  Recently, I was introduced to UncommonGoods and immediately fell in love with all of their products.


UncommonGoods has a variety of home decor items. Everything from vases, night lights, storage containers, to pillows and more.  If you’re looking for a unique wedding gift, this is a great place to shop too.

I also love the fact that they support local artisans, as well as, community artisans in low income areas.  UncommonGoods goal as a business, is to build a community of artisans and support their work by featuring their products for sale on their website and catalogue.  The  Handmade Herringbone Knitting Basket above is by the artist Leslie Mittleburg.  She works with African communities across the continent to educate and improve their living conditions and also to help create independence for  rural African communities.  This is an amazing cause, and I love the fact that I can help support the efforts of this artisan.  Not too mention that the craftsmanship of the basket is absolutely gorgeous and this is a piece I will continue to have for a very long time.

uncommongoods-artzycreations2This DIY Succulent Living Wall Planter is a fun and unique gift for just about anyone.   If you know someone that has a green thumb they will absolutely love this as a gift.  This DIY kit is designed by artist Heather Autcher from California.  In the product, you receive your hand built planter box and baby succulents. When they arrive you plant the succulents yourself and watch them as they grow and fill in the succulent planter box.



My favorite addition to the room is this Sari Floral Rug that has been created from recycled  saris in India.  I not only love the durability of this rug, but I absolutely love the fun and bright colors. They add the perfect pop of color to our room.

So, if you’re looking for just the perfect house warming gift or need a great statement piece for your own home, I highly suggest that you head on over to Uncommongoods for the piece that you’re looking for.  You will not only get a great product, but you will helping to support artisans and the communities they live in too.