When Jamey Garza and Constance Holt-Garza, the husband and wife design team behind Garza Marfa relocated from the West Coast back to Jamey’s home state of Texas, it didn’t take long for them to begin developing a line of home goods inspired by both their previous experiences, and the surroundings of their new home on the high plains desert of the Trans-Pecos.
The line, grounded in mid-century modern sensibility, mixes it up with colors, materials and textures of the modern American West, including pecan wood native to Texas. We love how the colorful, but simple pieces play well with bold textiles like the blankets and pillows that Constance creates from Bolivian textiles, and vintage furniture.
While not widely available, you can find Garza Marfa pieces at their showroom in Marfa, as well as at select retailers like Heath Ceramics (both SF and LA), Sara Kate Studios in OKC, and Totokaelo in Seattle. To find out more and see the full line, head over to their site, or follow them on Instagram!