The latest range of playful homewares from Brooklyn based designer Aelfie is in store and blowing our minds. We'd like to tell you our favorites but how can you choose from printed throws with Roswell themes or pink german shepherds riding skateboards made from recycled cotton, or pastel dyed sheepskin rugs, or bone inlay stash boxes, or their sold-out Saelfie pillow? And we've restocked their killer range of handmade area rugs.
Good Karma Sale
Spend over $150 - take 15% off
Spend over $250 - take 20% off
Spend over $500 - take 30% off
Happy Holidays everyone!
We have decided to participate in an event created by Kim Krans of The Wild Unknown named aptly Good Karma Sale from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th November. There seems to be a shift amongst some in our world wanting to slow down, breath and think about our actions and the consequences of them. The concept is to pay it forward. Participating retailers will donate a portion of their proceeds from the holiday weekend sales to a charitable organization of their choice. This resonated with us and we are participating filled with hope for a change.
Neighbor is supporting Prospera: Inequality and a lack of economic mobility define today’s economy, putting the American Dream out of reach for the vast majority of low-wage workers. This is particularly true for the many immigrants employed in the U.S. service sector, who, despite their determination and tenacity, often struggle to make ends meet. Some of the hardest hit are the women and mothers striving to not only earn a livelihood, but also to support their families and ensure a quality education and bright future for their children. Prospera partners with low-income Latina women so they can achieve economic prosperity through cooperative business ownership.
Good Stock is supporting The Sold Project: Many organizations focus on rescue. and rehabilitation, at The SOLD Project, the focus is on prevention to help ensure that children are never exploited to begin with. Over time, SOLD has identified key factors that place a child at risk—like poverty, lack of education, and the absence of positive role models—and has developed a holistic prevention model to address those risk factors, the Freedom Project. The Freedom Project is focused in northern Thailand where they offer educational scholarships to children who couldn't otherwise afford to stay in school. And every weekday, their local Thai staff provides after-school programs, classes, mentorship, and other tools the kids need to succeed in life and avoid the path to exploitation.
By partnering with and investing in local communities, we're helping these kids break the cycle of poverty and achieve things they'd never previously dared to dream. It's incredible to see the hope within them begin to emerge.
We hope everyone has amazing holiday season filled with the spirit of giving.
Hope to see you soon
Love Good Stock & Neighbor
Get geometric with Dusen Dusen's newly arrived range of bedding and towels. Well known for her clothing line, this is Ellen Van Dusen's first foray into home wares. And unsurprisingly, the Brooklyn based designer has hit the nail on the head! Come check in store for the Objects, Cutouts and Alphabet bedding and the Triad and Pink Rocks towelling.
We love our collection of beautiful plants and gorgeous pots in Neighbor, so it made perfect sense to create a space for our wonderful guests to give their new purchases the best start at life.
Our potting station contains all the tools and products you need for a healthy plant such as river rocks for drainage, nutrient rich potting mix and additions for the sake of beauty.
Simply select your perfect plant (perhaps a young cactus like above), the right pot for the job and pot away. There are instructions in the potting station if you're a little unsure, and you can always ask our helpful staff for any assistance.
We can't wait for you to come in and get your hands dirty with us!