We are an independently owned stationery/gift/art store that concentrates on locally made products and designs from artisans in and around Altadena, CA. We have a growing section of locally-authored books and music; feature locally-produced gourmet food, bath & body, stationery, fine art and photography.
WFS was once a pass-through department in our family's 85+ year old, iconic neighborhood department store, and we are now solely owned by 3rd generation retailers Scott and Lori Webster. Watch us as we carve out our own identity with your lifestyle sensibilities in mind!
Can a store that changes its theme every few weeks pave the way for a more interactive retail experience?
Lori Elliott Webster's insight:
Definitely where things in retail are headed. As the owner of an independent retail shop, I can appreciate the value of changing things up, particularly when you highlight local artists and their products.
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