As part of Design Philadelphia 2018, Shift and Petit Jardin are throwing a party in Old City with a presentation on design by our studio and brand.Read More
To coincide with the unveiling of The Canopy at the Barnes, Shift is offering a first look at the newest addition to the collection.Read More
To ring in this joyous month of December (whew, we made it), we've compiled a gift guide curated by our team for the most discerning people on your list.
Since each item at SHIFT is made in the USA, we stuck with the same for our guide this year. Every item is made here, and we're feeling pretty proud of American ingenuity. We've become acquainted over the years with other studios and brands throughout the country, and this years theme gives us an opportunity to pay homage to some of our favorites.
Reducing and reusing depends on having high quality, durable items from the start - American makers have strived for this ideal since at least the Shakers. With natural and sustainable materials more prevalent than ever, I have high hopes for design next year, and witness more consumers being meticulous in their purchases - and therefore less wasteful.Read More
Small Business Saturday is here! The SHIFT team has made a list of a few favorite local #Philly haunts to visit this weekend and maybe snag a deal for the holidays.Read More
Mark your calendars, set an alarm, shout from the hills - that October 12th from 4–7 at 3060 West Jefferson in Brewerytown our doors are open.Read More
The FAIRMOUNT Tile Planter was introduced in summer 2013 with a purpose.Read More
We're counting down until June 2 for our Cuttalossa pop-up launch in Old City.Read More
Picnic season is here! Read why picnics are essential for your life, and we have an exciting announcement to share.Read More
We’re very excited to work with NYC’s retail and online store MAISON 10.Read More
You may have noticed that at SHIFT, we proudly make our products in the USA.Read More
The story behind our WYLIE Hose Reel.Read More
Design is for the birds.Read More
Custom meets StandardRead More
At the beginning, there was INOX.Read More