Now Open in Round Top

November 05, 2017

Stash Co, a leather and lifestyle brand based in Texas opened a new retail location on Rummel Square in downtown Round Top, Texas on September 22. Maintaining our brand mission to support mindful production over mass production, the store features a selection of Stash-built accessories, clothing, leather jewelry, and furniture as well as some of our favorite fellow artisans.

Open Thursdays through Sunday every week, the shop will be open extended hours for special events and the bi-annual antique show.

Open Weekly
Thursday | Friday 11 -  6
Saturday 10 - 5
Sunday 10 - 3

The space - which is designed with a nod to our century-old historic landmark factory studio - is filled with leather bags and furniture, live-edge wood tables, essential oil apothecary and textile goods including clothing with a focus on reclaimed materials as well as traditional indigo and linen.

Some of the featured brands include Boyds (San Antonio), Miranda Bennett (Austin), Salt + Still (New York), Graham Keegan (Los Angeles), Gladys Tamez (Los Angeles), Gail Chovan (Austin), Lola James Harper (Paris), and Dolan Geiman (Denver). Also in the mix will be a selection of one-of-a-kind pieces collected from a Thai artist collective that seeks to preserve traditional indigo and shibori dye processes. Stash looks forward to utilizing the space to host other artist, chef, and like-minded brand pop-ups throughout the year.

OUR MISSION
In a society rooted in technological progression and cluttered with excess, it is more imperative than ever to care for the things that we hold near.  Timeless things with historical relevance, things inspired by and collected from generations past. 
As builders, we bring objects to life and give them their shape. 
As collectors and curators, we seek to offer unique, meaningful objects and clothing that have the potential to be kept and cherished and passed along to the next generation with a pocket full of stories. 
Nearly all of the items we offer, through cherished use, will shape their fibers and fine tune their patina to compliment our individuality.

 


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