Marika and Scrambles at INDIO  Marika is the creatrix behind Durham City Goods and one of Durham's true treasures. 

Marika and Scrambles at INDIO

Marika is the creatrix behind Durham City Goods and one of Durham's true treasures. 

 Betsy & Will of Betsy & Iya Jewelry visiting INDIO  The first jewelry line for INDIO - what a great decision that was!

Betsy & Will of Betsy & Iya Jewelry visiting INDIO

The first jewelry line for INDIO - what a great decision that was!

 Brad, one half of Little Barn Apothecary, with Kate and Wendy.  The INDIO Team visited Atlanta when Little Barn opened their first brick and mortar. 

Brad, one half of Little Barn Apothecary, with Kate and Wendy.

The INDIO Team visited Atlanta when Little Barn opened their first brick and mortar. 

OUR GOODS AND OUR MAKERS

We love that our products are made in kitchens and workshops, tiny attic studios and barns, back bedrooms and back yards. Indio steers clear of mass-produced goods and champions those that are handmade – we like for our goods to pass through the hands of a maker before they are passed on to us. The result is startling originality and a balance between delicate attention-to-detail and the roughhewn but joyful imperfections of handcrafted work. In our store you’ll find pillows embroidered with woodland animals, simple but statement-making jewelry in cast bronze or fine silver, and candles that smell miraculously like the great woods of the Pacific Northwest.  

We are committed to thoughtful commerce. To us, this means supporting regional makers, whenever possible. It means selecting low-impact packaging and shipping methods for the goods that travel from Seattle or Brooklyn or Ohio. It means paying an honest price for the honest work that goes into the goods we carry, and it means selecting goods that we can sell to you at prices you can afford. We believe in beauty that is accessible, ethical, and authentic.