Do you guys know about Scoutmob? I discovered this site for the first time recently and pretty much spent the whole rest of the day browsing! Scoutmob is a well-curated collection of artisanal goods by independent makers from across the country, with everything from clothing to art to homegoods to even food. It’s kind of like an edited Etsy, with only the best things and none of the… well, I don’t really want to say junk, but… you know… Scoutmob is inspired and inspiring and packed full of things I want to buy!
Top row, left to right: leather and canvas bunting triangles tote bag, by McLoveBuddy, $112 // round concrete planter, by RoughFusion, $31 // wood pear bowl, by Bambeco, $17 // riveted brass bracelets, by Phyllis & Hazel, $21
Middle row: neopolitan marshmallow sandwich assortment (yum!), by Malvi, $16 // Pamela print, by Michelle Armas, $33 // long road art print, by Jenny Tiffany, $15 // small knit rope basket, by Mary Marie Knits, $50
Bottom row: walnut queen bed frame & headboard, by Hedge House Furniture, $1,450 // geometric engraved wood cutting board, by Richwood Creations, $51 // square leather shoulder bag, by Artisan-Collage, $185 // hooray calligraphy notecards, by Yes Ma’am Paper & Goods, $24
(All images via Scoutmob.com)