Curated Gift Boxes from Covet Atelier

Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier come packed with functional artisan goods. 

Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier, a shop for Carolina homemade goods and gifts. // Feast + West

As you know by now, I am a huge fan of handmade things. And as a native North Carolinian, I love anything made here just that much more. So then it goes without saying that I am a huge fan of Covet Atelier. It’s an online shop featuring handmade goods made in the Carolinas started by my friend Kim Pace. It’s been so exciting to watch her bloom this business into local pop-up markets, DIY craft workshops and a line of curated gift boxes over the last several months.

Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier, a shop for Carolina homemade goods and gifts. // Feast + West
The Pamper Box

Each of the curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier has a theme or intention, like self-care and work. I picked up the Pamper Box as an indulgence for myself a few months ago. It comes with a bath soak from Little Sey Salt Cures, body butter from Hanks and a candle from Sunny & Lo. I’m also in love with the Desk Box, which contains a hand-lettered mug from Voila Paper Co., a set of notecards from Instead of Ashes and a desk calendar from Hennel Paper Co.

Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier, a shop for Carolina homemade goods and gifts. // Feast + West
The Nesting Box
Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier, a shop for Carolina homemade goods and gifts. // Feast + West
The Haberdashery Box

 

I love that each one comes with a ‘Meet the Makers’ card. Too often we don’t know who made the things we use every day, so it’s cool to learn the story behind each item in the box.

Perfect for a housewarming gift, the Nesting Box features tea towels from The Blue-Grey House, a hand-built ring cone from ceramic artist Erika Gibson and a linen spray from Mr. McCall’s Fine Fragrances. And for men, the Haberdashery Box comes with pocket squares by Beautiful Idiot Clothing, wooden cuff links from Havok Designs and beard oil from The Bearded Buddha. (This one would be so good for Father’s Day!)

Curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier, a shop for Carolina homemade goods and gifts. // Feast + West
The Wellness Box

The newest addition to the collection of curated gift boxes from Covet Atelier is the Wellness Box, just in time for Mother’s Day. This one features an eye pillow from Lotus Rouge, a candle from Lightbeings Living, and a blended tea or bath soak from Little Sey Salt Cures.

Any of these boxes would make such incredible gifts, be it a treat for yourself or a present for a loved one. See them all over on the Covet Atelier website. Enjoy! // susannah

P.S. This post is not sponsored in any way — I truly believe in Kim’s incredible business and I wanted you to know about it! The Wellness Box is available for pre-order through May 2, and Covet Atelier is offering Feast + West readers a 10% discount on all other items in the shop with the code FWCOVETS.

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