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Flotsam + Fork: A Couple-Owned Housewares Shop in Minneapolis

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Flotsam + Fork: A Couple-Owned Housewares Shop in Minneapolis

March 27, 2020

One of our go-to online home goods and kitchenware shops, Flotsam + Fork, opened a brick-and-mortar location in Minneapolis not long ago. Most brands they carry are sourced from Europe from heritage companies like Robert Herder in Germany, Manufacture de Digoin and Opinel from France, as well as linens from Austrian, French, and German makers.

N.B.: The couple posted this on Instagram: “In response to the evolving global health crisis, and out of an abundance of caution, our physical location in Minneapolis is temporarily closed until further notice—but our online shop remains open.”

Here’s a look:

Owners Joe Hasler and Adrianna Fie frequently travel abroad in search of one-off pieces for their shop. &#8
Above: Owners Joe Hasler and Adrianna Fie frequently travel abroad in search of one-off pieces for their shop. “The shop is inspired by our passion for immersive travel and delightful cuisine,” they say, “as well as our pursuit of beautiful, practical tools and supplies made for everyday use.”
Adrianna at work in the shop.
Above: Adrianna at work in the shop.
Behind the counter: A display of knives from all over Europe.
Above: Behind the counter: A display of knives from all over Europe.
Joe manages the day-to-day operations.
Above: Joe manages the day-to-day operations.
A selection of French market baskets.
Above: A selection of French market baskets.

See more household shops:

Global Homewares from Calmachica in Spain

Freight Store in England

Objects of Use in Oxford

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