Good Goods opened in 1989 as a one room shop in a historic white house building. Their unique store name began with a quote and a vision. Good Goods reflects a thought of Charles Eames, that there are some goods that have a special quality to them, a quality that you feel when you touch them, see them and live with them. Good Goods had a vision to provide an environment where people could find this kind of "good".
The business has grown from a one room shop, to the entire building with two floors of gallery and retail space open to the public. Good Goods offers a wide selection of artisan-made furniture, jewelry, clothing and fine art. They enjoy finding everyday objects that are beautifully designed as well as functional. Peepers fits their description of beautiful and functional. Good Goods customers love Peepers! The quality, design and price points combine to make Peepers a very attractive product. They often hear customers tell them that they have to have "one pair for every room in the house".
Good Goods Store Owner Sandra, with Peepers Customer Service Manager Kristen
Owner, Sandra Randolph has received many prestigious awards for her gallery, including Niche Magazine's Top Retailers of American Craft award. Good Goods has also been mentioned in the New York Times and American Style Magazine as having one of the top collections of american craft nationwide.
You can visit Good Goods at 106 Mason St. in downtown Saugatuck, MI. You can also visit their website here: www.goodgoods.com.