In Orange County, interior designer Rebecca Haskins has launched Noma Collective, offering consciously designed home goods in partnership with artisans across the globe, with a particular focus on female-led cooperatives. Noma acts as a bridge between conscious consumers and lesser-known artisans, whose life stories are intrinsically linked with the wares they make. “People are shopping with their values in mind, not only for environmental best practices but for sourcing and labor,” says Haskins.
This summer, she’s adding new cotton blankets from a family-owned workshop near Oaxaca City, Mexico. “Our aesthetic has always been about natural, earthy elements, and our designs are made with naturally-sourced materials,” she says. “These bring a real sense of serenity into people’s homes.”