Each member of the Elsie Green team has beautiful taste. And each is an avid Elsie Green shopper. This year, we’re giving you an inside peek into the special things our shop girls (and boys) are planning to give their favorite people. Of course some are from the shop, but there are still a few surprises from our secret sources
Laurie doesn’t give an abundance of gifts, but when she chooses one, it has to be exactly right for the recipient. Something she knows her special person will use and appreciate for years to come.
JP really loves our vintage copper, vintage bread boards and our hand made ceramics. And when he gives a gift he likes to share those special things with his special people.
Kelsey made a resolution a few years ago to live a lower impact lifestyle, and that resolution extends to the gifts she gives. She likes to choose vintage pieces or re-usable things and never gives a gift she’s not sure will be used and loved.
Terra likes to give little gifts of appreciation to the important people in her life. nothing extravagant, but always something special.
Michele likes to start collections for her special people. Whether it’s hand made pottery, vintage art, or vintage silver, she likes to give the first piece, then keep adding to the collection over the years.
Andie spent a year teaching in Lyon, living with all the beautiful french things found in the Elsie Green collection. So for her, giving a gift a vintage french piece feels like she's giving a little memento from her time there. Each piece with a story of its own.
Sepi likes to give unique gifts that evoke a memory or emotion for her special people.
Alena loves to contribute to the interests and hobbies of her loved ones. Copper for a friend with a newly remodeled kitchen or vintage china for a home chef.
Joey looks for high quality, functional gifts that will withstand the test of time. Like our beautiful vintage bar glasses or french bread boards. Each piece made special by its markings from time and use.
Terri believes in simplicity. When she needs a hostess gift, she embroiders a simple design in the corner of an elsie green kitchen towel or adds a pretty foraged branch to a pickling jar et voila! A beautiful, simple gift is born.
Anna has a list of favorites that all her lucky friends receive when a gift giving occasion arises.
Isabella likes to choose a gift that can be pulled out at a moment’s notice to celebrate life’s special moments. Like a vintage champagne flute or a pretty vase for flowers.