GIMME SHELTER: AMERICAN STORIES IN L.A.'S SHELTER HALF

Check out Shelter Half — a new made-in-America brand collective founded on the principles of conscious commerce, collaboration, and American-made products featuring a curated collection of brands, artists and craftsmen. The idea came from wanting to build a community around products made in America, and there was a desire to do something fun and new,” says Davide Berruto, Environment Furniture CEO and co-founder of Shelter Half. “The spirit is kind of alive and evolving, and it will change with everybody bringing not just merchandise but ideas to the table.”

Products range from fashion to photography and ceramics to books, and the inspired selection of participants will interact with the space in their own creative ways. We're currently in love with:

Bean Bag Chair ($575) by Environmental Furniture
Made of recycled army tent or organic cotton fabric and recylced poly fill. We love the cool navy color that will ruggedly age over time.

Terry Tank Top  ($72) by Sundry
This summertime top is on trend with graphic neon stripes and racer back!


And of course, NuBe Green favorite graypants pendant light fixtures! Here they are installed in a Shelter Half customer's home. 

The Shelter Half roster of curated participants will continue to expand, but currently includes Amadi Carpets, Arcana Books on the Arts, Brady Erickson, Commune Design, Crate Denim, Environment Furniture, graypants, Kalon Studios, M+B Gallery, MCMC Fragrances, Noah Lambert, Olmay Home, Palm Pictures, Paper Chase Press, Peter Tunney, Retrospecs, Roy Toy Manufacturing, RTH, Save Khaki, Sundry Clothing, and more.

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