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Desert Vibes at JM Drygoods

03.07.2016 by: Beth Stockwell Vanderkolk
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If I had to name one shop in Austin that's the coolest and most effortlessly hip, it would surely be JM Drygoods. The boutique encapsulates a minimalist, Marfa-meets-Mexico, bohemian vibe, and it's tempting to buy everything in store so that your home feels just like the shop. The store was originally opened in Marfa and moved to Austin in 2011. The shop specializes in handmade textiles, furniture, clothing and homegoods as well as a well-curated selection of jewelry and beauty products.

These heavy, super durable blankets caught our eye when we stopped in recently. They're perfect for the end of a bed or couch, or to keep in the car for a picnic. The market baskets below are a great option for grocery shopping, a beach or boat bag, or just an everyday carryall. We also loved the striped pillows on the handmade daybed. JM Drygoods is great at incorporating bright colors into minimalist spaces, without losing that airy, light feeling.

Blankets and market baskets

Pillows, blankets, and throws on a handmade daybed

The small apothecary area at JM Drygoods has everything you need for a low maintenance routine. Sunscreen? Check. Body oil? Check. Beach bags and towels? Check. You're ready to hit the pool, beach, or boat. There's also soap and Coqui Coqui perfumes for when you're ready to clean up.  

Apothecary products, Turkish towels, market bags

JM Drygoods is the best place in town to source Otomi fabric brought back from Oaxaca, Mexico, along with hand picked and handmade Mexican shirts, tunics, and dresses. Other unique textile finds you'll see include tablecloths and runners, napkins and teatowels. Many products are hand embroidered and one of a kind.

Otomi fabric and homegoods

Mexican clothing and coverups

Handmade ceramic homegoods

You can't leave JM Drygoods without checking out their jewelry selection. The dainty, subtle pieces are great for layering and stacking, and they essentially go with anything you have on. The boutique sources jewelry from emerging artists, so you won't find a single mass produced piece in sight (or anywhere in the shop at all, for that matter). These delicate necklaces are perfect for essentially any summer outfit.

Jewelry at JM Drygoods

Incense bundles and an incense holder

JM Drygoods is a great place to shop for gifts. Whether you need something for newlyweds, friends who just purchased or rented a new place, or for your own place, you'll find a huge variety of unique items. On our most recent trip, we saw salt and pepper shakers, a variety of bowls, plates and glasses, pitchers, and even a beautiful tea kettle. Their homegoods channel a distinct Liz Lambert vibe, so if you're a fan of San Jose Hotel or Thunderbird Hotel, you can count on JM Drygoods for all of your decor needs.

JM Drygoods regularly sources new products so it's a great place to pop into on a regular basis. If you're looking for something specific that's Mexico or Marfa inspired, talk to the shop owner to see they can help you find what you need! 

{JM Drygoods Official Site}

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