Share Your Hemlock & Heather

In preparing blog posts, newsletters, and Instagram posts to celebrate our 9th year in business last month, we pored over hundreds of old photos of pieces that we’ve done over the years. It made us realize just how much we’ve changed over the years and just how many pieces we have sent out into the world.

But once those pieces are out the door, we rarely ever see them again. 

That’s where you come in. 

We want to see your H&H pieces in your homes, offices, or wherever you have chosen to display them. 

What can you do to help? 
Glad you asked!


For a chance to win $25 in shop credit, you'll need to:

👉 Follow us on Instagram here!

👉 Share photos of your Hemlock & Heather piece (or pieces) to your Instagram stories 

👉 Tag us in the post @hemlockandheather

That’s it. That’s all ya gotta do.

We will pick a winner each Friday, and that person will receive $25 in shop credit to H&H! 

As always, thank y'all for shopping small with us. We can’t wait to see your IG stories!

 - Kris & Kelley Denby

Like many great discoveries in history—chocolate chip cookies, Post-it notes, the Slinky—Kris and Kelley Denby came up with their popular Texas wall hangings almost by accident.
In 2013—about a year into their sputtering business of repurposing furniture, called Hemlock & Heather—the Denbys decided to make and donate something to a silent auction that would benefit the victims of the fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West. Kelley, who is from West, asked her husband to build something “Texasy.”
So Kris came up with a colorful wall hanging made entirely from reclaimed wood and in the iconic shape of Texas. It sold for $150. 
“People just went crazy for it,” recalls Kelley. “We were like, Maybe we’re on to something.”

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