Starting today, in step with Black History Month, Nordstrom and cult-favorite Black-owned store Goodee are teaming up to present the Goodee 100, a collection of 100 ethically made and socially conscious home items—each one for $100 or less.
The online shop, founded by Montreal-based twin brothers Byron and Dexter Peart, collaborated with the nationwide retailer to organize a list of around-the-house objects that are pretty and practical (not to mention easy on the planet). “We believe that good design doesn’t have to unfairly cost you or the earth,” says Byron. “With this collection, it was important to us from the start to curate and celebrate everyday design classics that are not only extremely purposeful but also reasonably affordable.”
From the covetable Mexican artisan–made baskets to organic cotton tea towels (and even a Goodee hoodie, designed in partnership with ethical clothing brand Kotn), the collection, available at select Nordstrom stores and online at both retailers, is filled with colorful, crave-worthy items from 25 different countries and 16 brands. Here are a few of our favorites.
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