This homespun store with its hippie vibe, offers green gifts from recycled, repurposed, organic, sustainable, and/or fair trade materials. Field is a labor of love and the first retail venture for Gunda Sabel-Sheehan, who formerly worked in publishing. ‘When I moved here from Brooklyn, I missed all the interesting stores,’ says Sabel-Sheehan. ‘I wanted something different from the typical suburban store.’ Stop in to find handcrafted earth-friendly gifts from around the world, for both the home and those who live in it. You’ll love the feeling you get when you’re doing your own little part to help the planet.
This small shop specializes in mostly handmade gifts from recycled, repurposed, organic, sustainable, and/or fair-trade materials. Expect such great-looking, easy-on-the- planet (and the pocketbook) offerings as color-block pillows ($56-plus) made from dry-docked sail cloths, and multi-crayon-colored welcome mats ($30-$40) handmade from recycled flip-flops.