Green House Supply: Purveyor of Salvaged Curiosities

My friend Donna Boss has a charming business know as Green House Supply.  She employs her tremendous aesthetic using salvaged, vintage, and previously owned materials to create unique products.  She sells jewelry, ephemera, textiles, and other vintage pieces “designed to add to the patina of your life.”

Donna is also an avid gardener and co-founder of our elementary school’s outdoor classroom and organic garden.  We became fast friends over seeds and dirt and the politics of school volunteering.

I recently attended one of Donna’s shows, hosted in her spacious garden.  Here are a few of her wares:

Greenhouse Design Radio Flyer with Annuals

Greenhouse Design Radio Flyer
planted with summer annuals

Ephemera notebooks

Notebooks Created Using Airmail Envelopes

Ephemera Jewelry

Timely Jewelry

Vintage Postcards, Stamps and Office Supplies
All my favorites!

vintage nautical alphabet

Nautical Alphabet
I bought letters to spell my husband’s name

Be sure to follow Green House Supply on Facebook for details of Donna’s upcoming shows.

Come see Donna’s wares at:

Goat Hill Fair, Booth #9

September 15th & 16th, 2012

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4 thoughts on “Green House Supply: Purveyor of Salvaged Curiosities

  1. Oh I think Donna and I could be fast pals. How sweet you thought to buy your hubbies name in the Nautical Alphabets given his love of sailing. Do tell, how are you displaying them? Goat Hill looks dangerous, the very first thing on their site was a devine bistro set in a color I LOVE. Did you go to that Antique Fair today? I would need to travel that-a-way with a rent-a-van just to get everything home again. How lucky are you?


  2. Pingback: Vintage Box Card: Garden Style | gardeningnirvana

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