About

Everything in this collection is homeworthy.

The goal with everything I create is that it should deserve the space it occupies in your dwelling. That’s a lofty goal, especially for those who embrace a minimalist lifestyle. It sets the standard for everything we create. I often talk about these values on my social media and blog.

At this time, I primarily sell locally, in Lynchburg and Roanoke, Virginia through events. But, if a piece really speaks to you, please message me and we can talk about options for local delivery.

floral crowns by Danielle Verderame
Danielle Verderame (center) with models

I care about what comes into my home, and I’m sure you do too.

My journey in making actually started as a change in my consumer habits. For my first apartment, I mixed vintage, hand-me-down pieces with any cheap homegoods I could find on sale. I quickly noticed that the pressboard, cardboard, and temporary pieces looked cheaper with age. However, handmade goods, just looked better with time.

So, I completely changed the way I consumed. I sought out older, better pieces to fill my home. I looked for real art from local artists to adorn my space. I learned to appreciate hand-made, and often, slow-made things.

But there were still a few gaps, a lot of room for creativity. So, I’ve started a collection of homegoods and accessories inspired by thoughtful consumption.

At this time, I primarily sell locally, in Lynchburg and Roanoke, through events. But, if a piece really speaks to you, please message me directly and we can talk about options for local delivery.

If you’re curious about my day job, you can find my resume here.  Also, I’m full of stories about the adventure of professional communication. Finally, check out my social media and blog for updates.