At Left and Found, we value relationships and building community. We cannot make change alone; we must do this in partnership. We build our business together, with others, not in competition with them. This is why we currently share a space with three other permanent vendors, displaying several other local small businesses and hosting rotating guests. We know that each of us has a unique voice, we send each other customers, and trust the web of supports our relationships form.
It is important to us that everyone who walks through our doors finds furniture and home décor that is more than just a physical item. The pieces we carry are about evoking memory, nostalgia, comfort and whimsy. There is a sense of connection, of joy, that we feel when we obtain an item, when we give it a bit of love, and when we find the right person to take it home.
We are spending more time at home now than ever, and curating the scenery of our homes to bring a sense of ease is a powerful way to make this a time for reflection, rest and rejuvenation. We are aware that these times can be trying for folx mentally, spiritually, emotionally and our vision is that we can encourage people to be mindful about where they spend time, with who, and in what state.