Since 2007 Olive Manna has become a household name among design-savvy men and women who love good design and old memories. From brown paper packaging and ripped fabric ribbons original to Olive Manna, to wire baskets and vintage ball jars, every piece is carefully planned. No item is sold which doesn't meet a very high bar of usefulness as well as beauty. If it's pretty to look at but serves no purpose, it's no good here.
I am designer and curator Natalie Jost, and my hope for Olive Manna is to bring the things I use in my own home, to your home. In my every day life, there are things I buy or make myself that I know you'll love too, so rather than keep it to myself, I make every effort to make it available to you. If I can't, I'll show you were to buy it, or how to make it yourself, via my blog (http://nataliejost.com).
In an effort to live up to the name, we seek to be the olive fruit by donating manna in the form of a percent of sales to Samaritan's Purse who work to rebuild communities from natural storms, political dangers and religious persecution around the world.
You are welcome to contact me anytime via the contact page. I don't work "normal" business hours and it's tough to reach me by phone because I prefer not to answer when the kids are hollering in the background, but I try to be available as much as I can and often instantly via email. I hope you'll find me friendly and approachable but if not, I pray you'll forgive my bad day.
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