Salt & Sundry Owner’s New Store Near 14th Street to Sell Cacti, Paper

by Andrew Ramonas September 30, 2016 at 11:30 am 0

Salt & Sundry plants (Photo via Instagram/Salt & Sundry)

A new shop specializing in cacti, succulents and stationary is set to replace Salt & Sundry near the 14th Street corridor in the coming months.

Little Leaf from Salt & Sundry owner Amanda McClements is slated to land at 1401 S St. NW this winter, according to an online announcement. Salt & Sundry, which has occupied the storefront since 2014, is scheduled to move to a larger space in The Mission building at 1625 14th St. NW when Little Leaf arrives.

“Salt & Sundry’s little sister will give us more space to share the things we love — cacti and succulents, great quality stationery, desk accessories, handcrafted ceramics and more,” the announcement says. “We’re excited to grow and continue supporting makers and artists — both in DC and beyond.”

Salt & Sundry, which sells candles, bar supplies, dishes and other home goods, has one other store in Union Market. That location opened in 2012.

Photo via Instagram/Salt & Sundry


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