Over the last year, I have made an effort to redirect my personal purchasing habits to local vendors. This not only means that I have way less Amazon packaging to recycle (bonus!) but that I’m investing in my community. I have found local products and services to be much more enriching and exciting. Shout out to Phinney Books for the quick turnaround on Design Remix by Corey Damen Jenkins!
One of my biggest goals when I started Copper Boom Design was to become a bigger part of my community. I wanted to get to know my neighbors and make an impact in their lives through interior design. I quickly learned that there is a whole network of small businesses that could help elevate the projects I work on!
So, you should know that when you choose to work with me you are making an impact in your community too! Here are some local vendors and suppliers I work with:
the Fixture Gallery – Plumbing Fixtures & Supply – Greenwood
Luxe Lighting Gallery – Lighting – Greenwood
Acorn Custom Cabinets – Custom Cabinets – Newcastle
Phinney Ridge Cabinet Company – Custom Cabinets – Greenwood
Stone World – Tile & Countertop – Georgetown
Albert Lee Appliance – Appliances – Puget Sound
Earthwise Architectural Salvage – Reused Materials & Treasure – SODO
Ballard Millworks – Custom Wood Furniture – Ballard
Ballard Consignment – Furniture, Art &, Décor – Ballard
Sparkle Barn – Vintage Mid Century Furniture & Art – Ballard
Consolidated Carpets – Carpeting & Flooring – Greenwood
Along with local vendors, I work with some amazing makers and trades people on a regular basis. And I’m always looking to partner with more! If you have any great tips please leave them in the comments.
If you’re looking for a good resource for shopping local check out Keep It Local Seattle.