how it all began
We are friends who are married to cousins, but truly sisters at heart as we have been in each other’s lives for 30 years. Collectively, we have enjoyed many years of working at iconic companies including St. John Knits, Conde Nast Publications, Jude Frances/Sloane Street Jewelry, Martha Stewart Omnimedia and Apple not to mention the important career of MOM to each of our 4 grown kids and our lovable doggies. Through all the businesses (both corporate and entrepreneur) and parenting, we have learned how to research, create and produce lasting impressions and memories with our clients, family and friends.
One day we were shopping and wine tasting in the Napa Valley and came across a small boutique that carried a fabulous bag manufactured by a company with the proceeds going back to women in Botswana - later that day we visited an new boutique winery with fresh and unique wines. Blue Atlas Marketplace was born...from there we started curating a list of unique products that we love and made them available to friends and family who always ask us for our ideas for upcoming holidays, birthdays hostess gifts and other special events.
We look forward to finding you the perfect gifts!
Liz & Susan
S U S A N ' S S T Y L E
From Classic to Bohemian Style, Susan loves to mix the expected and the unexpected to her beachside home. Starting with a clean palatte of whites and off white and adding pops of color and texture - anything that has a story like a stack of favorite coffee table books or an antique statue adds extra personality to any room.
L I Z ' S L O V E
Anytime Liz travels, she finds herself picking up water bottles and bringing them home to use as vases for flowers from her garden. These water bottles have come from places as far as Bali, Spain, Manly Beach Australia or even Colorado - if they are unique and bring a smile, she brings them home and showcases flowers in her home.
F I E L D T R I P F A V O R I T E S
One day we were shopping and wine tasting in the Napa Valley and came across a small boutique that carried a fabulous bag manufactured by a company with the proceeds going back to the families in Madagascar.