Doorstep Market Brings It Home for the Holidays with Locally Curated Gifts

December 07 08:34 2020
Doorstep Market Brings It Home for the Holidays with Locally Curated Gifts

“Doorstep Market searches for unique gifts curated by the regional tastemakers who selectively curate insider favorites in food, drink, home, wellness, clothing and more for the holiday season,” says Jennifer Solow, Doorstep Market Co-Founder.
Shopping local and supporting small business are themes consumers will rally around this holiday season. Doorstep Market delivers the best that local artisans have to offer in a multi-regional, multi-vendor, one-stop online shopping experience.

Although travel may be restricted, Doorstep Market provides the artisanal landscape of five areas representing Hudson River, New England, Bay Area, Southland, and South X Southeast, where shoppers can experience those hard to find high-quality, handcrafted and locally grown items that can be shipped straight to the doorstep.

For men, gift ideas range from handmade soap to a grill meats variety pack, black walnut bourbon and even a guided fly-fishing trip.

There is a wide selection of handmade jewelry for women as well as a gold geode perfume bottle, beauty balms, knit hats, paint it silk scarf, marbled ceramic ring dishes, or a floral cosmetic case.

For kids, an upcycled denim teddy bear, corduroy “bear” jacket, flannel shirt or handmade wooden toys make great presents. And for the fur babies there is an eco-friendly wool and hemp dog collar.

Foodies would enjoy locally made items like salted caramel sauce, wine from Napa Valley, seafood from New England, Phillip Ashley designer chocolates, infused grapeseed oil, small batch honey, pasta and pesto sets, specialty coffees and teas. 

Cooks and hosts will also love the terracotta mixing bowls, ceramic dinnerware, batik oven mitts, handcrafted cutting boards, naturally dyed linen napkins, beeswax candles, and carving knives with wood handles.

Doorstep Market taps local curators to present a wide selection of regional purveyors representing growers, distillers, bakers, cheesemakers, ceramicists, woodworkers, designers, and many more to its shopping site, making it a site for all seasons and reasons. The concept is to bring the region to consumers, allowing them to shop like locals and enjoy all that the region has to offer.

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