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ABOUT

ABOUT FAMILIAR FOLK

Familiar Folk is a female-owned home goods & apparel shop that focuses on well-made goods, while also seeking to promote the practice of both sustainable and mindful consumption by offering vintage, secondhand, and small batch handmade goods.

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In a society of fast consumerism, where it is encouraged to buy new and discard the old, I believe it is important to make conscious decisions about what exactly we are buying and from whom we buy those goods.
 
Based just outside of Columbus, OH, USA.



MEET THE SHOP OWNER

The shop is one-woman show owned and operated by Taylor Leigh just outside of Columbus, OH. She is a plant mom (mostly succulents & cacti) and cat mom (to Rory and Tybalt) and enjoys exploring Columbus and beyond with her partner, Luke, mostly by way of food and fleas. She grew up with a love of collecting objects that appealed to her and frequented garage sales with her dad (back when they were only posted in the local paper!) where she eventually found a love for vintage and antiques.

Taylor Leigh

When she’s not knees deep in vintage, you may find her working in one of her other creative outlets: pottery, jewelry making, or weaving, or exploring the outdoors trying to find neat rocks, skeleton leaves or little bits of nature to bring back into her home.



A NOTE FROM TAYLOR:

Hello & welcome! Thanks for stopping by! I am a one-lady show running this shop, so I get to wear all the hats: picker/buyer, photographer, lister, marketer, IT, customer service, shipping, boss lady, etc. I LOVE my shop, and I am thankful for all of you being here, so that I can keep it going :) Please feel free to reach out with any questions about the shop, myself, or any of the goods you see here.

Thank you for shopping small with Familiar Folk!

-Taylor Leigh



 

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” 
― William Morris