Old World Phoenician merchants invented international trade, selling Old World wares such as leg warmers and Pez dispensers. Today's Groupon upholds a tradition as ancient as the seas with $30 worth of Mediterranean house furnishings or bath products from either Indigo Traders or Indigo Bath for $15. Located across the street from each other, both shops vend fair-trade, handcrafted home decorations fetched from halfway across the world to accent American foyers and linen closets.
Art speaks with a universal tongue, and that's why Indigo Traders seeks out ornamental accents from the Middle East. Indigo Traders and Indigo Bath both offer a plethora of striking, splashed-with-color products. Interior designers with a spirit of wanderlust can dress their living space with Indigo Trader's quality Mediterranean textiles hand-picked from overseas ventures, such as graceful Syrian silk duvet covers ($249 for a queen-size), embroidered pillows ($78), traditional Moroccan pottery ($25 and up), and more.
Indigo Bath transforms bathrooms with a selection of eco-friendly and fair-trade Turkish bath towels ($25–$35), genuine olive-oil soaps for skin and dirty pastas ($3–$26), ceramic tiles, and more. A home can reflect the eclectic identity of its owner, and Indigo's pair of shops invites any abode to display its worldly tastes and breezy linen pants.
Four Yelpers give Indigo Traders and Bath 4.5 stars:
- The only problem I had with Indigo Bath was that there were too many colors and patterns of towels to choose from and I couldn't get one of each! – sasha s., Yelp
- Overall, I think the products are very high quality and fairly priced. I appreciate being able to find such unique, artfully crafted textiles right in my own backyard. Hats off to Indigo Traders. – Cate H., Yelp