All Natural Housewares, Handmade in Venice
Introducing the new Washed Up Venice brand.
We offer artisan made housewares that are environmentally friendly and fun!
Named after the street where our studio resides, the Nowita sand candle is sustainably sourced, waste free, and environmentally conscious. Not to mention fun to look at– turn out the lights and watch it glow!
The Superba is our triangle sand candle that appears to float effortlessly above the table! Organic, textural and functional, a perfect mix of simple ingredients and thoughtful design.
Ceramic Candle Dish
Free with your order of a Nowita or Superba sand candle for a limited time! Hand thrown by ceramic artist Patrick Johnston, who produces designs for the Rose Café and others here in Venice. Grab one while you can– this small batch of candle dishes will disappear quickly!
Hollywood Hills Sunset print
Original artwork by Jason Hill, printed on metallic paper! Jason's photograph of a spectacular Los Angeles sunset, embellished with his distinctive freehand style. This is an exclusive release on Washed Up and limited to only 10 signed and numbered prints.
Breakwater Blue Vintage Bead Necklace
New to the shop, these hand strung necklaces are made with 100 year old vintage blue glass trading beads with white fishbone beads strung on natural grey hemp thread. Limited edition.
Bora Bora Vintage Bead Necklace
Now offering these hand strung necklaces, made with 100 year old vintage blue glass trading beads, white oyster shell and blue panyas seed beads strung on natural white hemp thread. Very limited edition!
Havana Tobacco Seeds
This Cuban strain produces beautiful pink flowers and broad sticky leaves for harvesting. These are open-pollinated, non-GMO, organic, homegrown seeds, packaged with instructions in a handmade envelope.
Venice Stories Volume One
This Venice Stories anthology collects the first 25 stories of this series, featuring Venice Beach history and interviews with local personalities. These stories are published once a month in The Argonaut newsweekly.