A trio of women-owned Baltimore shops have joined forces in Harbor East with a unified store for all your plant, furniture and home-decorating needs. The pop-up shop, which sports the name Homegrown Baltimore, officially opens today on Aliceanna Street in Harbor East, bringing some made-in-Baltimore flavor to the luxury neighborhood.
The partners are Cedar & Cotton, the Carrollton Ridge furnishings and accessories store co-founded by Raina Smallwood and Nasira Latif; Letta Moore’s vegan candle, jewelry and knitted work store Knits, Soy & Metal; and Liz Vayda’s Remington-based indoor plant and floral design store B. Willow.
Moore is curating the space. Per Homegrown Baltimore’s website, the idea is to “highlight some of Baltimore’s talented artisans in a collective spirit, offering lifestyle goods and personalized experiences including workshops and events.”
Their collaboration should give you everything you need to adorn your home with earthy, handmade and locally sourced goods, from candles and wall planters to vintage furniture and art to hang on the walls. And as noted above, the ladies behind it all can teach you a thing or two about the art of candle making or flower arranging at upcoming workshops. Even if you’re already an expert, we can all use a refresher.
5-8 p.m., 830 Aliceanne St., homegrownbaltimore.com, free.
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