Lilify

Location
281 Lighthouse Ave
Monterey, CA 93940
831-207-1380
Hours

Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm
Sun: 12pm-5pm

Lilify is now open for in-store shopping. You may also purchase items on our website for no-contact curbside pick-up or shipping. We offer free shipping for all orders over $35; orders under $35 ship for $5.

Lilify offers gifts, wares and adornments that are a distinctive medley of clean lines and organic elegance inspired by timeless delicacy and the understated flair of folk culture. Our goods are handcrafted by independent artisans, including many talented local makers.

Location

Lilify
281 Lighthouse Ave
Monterey, CA 93940
831-207-1380

Posts

  • Wilde House Paper Goods at Lilify

    Lilify is happy to offer fine goods from Wilde House Paper of San Luis Obispo. The monochromatic and modern Collage Skinny Notepad pictured here has an original, abstract art cover and is printed on heavy stock.

    We also carry Wilde House Paper's Day Journal, Day Planner, and Night Journal both in our shop and online . All products are made in the USA of 100% recycled paper.

  • Sourdough Bread with Seasonal Herbs at Lilify Every Friday

    We're always thrilled for the end of the week when the freshly baked Lilify Loaves arrive at our shop at 281 Lighthouse Avenue. Made locally by the savants at Ad Astra Bread Co., this sourdough bread features seasonal herbs harvested from our garden.

    The Lilify Loaf is available every Friday from 11 am until sold out. If you purchase your loaf online before midnight on Thursday evening, we'll happily hold it for pickup on Friday.

  • Leather Circle Clutch at Lilify

    It's rare to find a bag that is simultaneously streamlined and unexpected. Lilify's Circle Clutch is a modern silhouette handmade in black and brown oil hide leather by Neva Opet in Georgia.

    Available online for shipping and curbside pick-up and in our store at 281 Lighthouse Avenue.

  • Mud Cloth Mini Clutch at Lilify

    At Lilify, we are totally smitten with our mud cloth mini clutch, handmade in Monterey by Mikaela Bianchi. Mud cloth, or bogolanfini, is an ancient West African textile tradition which involves coarse, hand-spun cotton strips going through a long series of dyeing processes.

    Our mud cloth clutches are available in two sizes and in two different patterns. With brass hardware and zipper, leather tie, and cotton lining, these pieces are available online and in our shop at 281 Lighthouse Ave.

  • Handmade Ceramic Vases at Lilify

    In our own garden, and throughout the peninsula, it's thrilling to observe the transitioning of the seasons. As spring arrives, and blooms are abundant, we at Lilify love to use our ceramic vases. They come in varying sizes, colors, and pattern.

    Handmade in California by Alex Marshall, these are an absolutely chic way to display your favorite flowers. Our cylindrical vases, sold individually and pictured here, are available online and in the shop at 281 Lighthouse Ave.

Upcoming Events

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Past Events

  • Lilify Welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio

     
    2/8/20
     
     
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    Lilify welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio. Kada's beautiful, handcrafted jewelry in brass, sterling silver, and gold is inspired by the natural world and uses reclaimed metal and responsibly-mined gemstones whenever possible.

  • Lilify Welcomes Shanti Rackley of Tejido Textiles

     
    11/30/19
     
     
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    Lilify welcomes local designer Shanti Rackley of Tejido Textiles, 12pm-4pm. Tejido's cozy textiles are hand-made. Each collection is created with Master Artisans in Peru and Mexico, blending modern design with indigenous techniques and fair-trade practices.

  • Lilify Welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio

     
    8/17/19
     
     
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    Lilify welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio. Kristina Kada's handcrafted jewelry is inspired by the vital balance of energy and precision in the natural world. She translates her ideas into brass, sterling silver, and 14k and 18k gold by using classic fabrication techniques to meld freehand elements with original castings, using reclaimed metal and responsibly-mined gemstones whenever possible.

  • Lilify Welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio

     
    2/9/19
     
     
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    Just in time for Valentine's Day, Lilify welcomes Kristina Kada of Satomi Studio. Kristina Kada's handcrafted jewelry is inspired by the vital balance of energy and precision in the natural world. She translates her ideas into brass, sterling silver, and 14k and 18k gold by using classic fabrication techniques to meld freehand elements with original castings, using reclaimed metal and responsibly-mined gemstones whenever possible.

  • Emmaline Molloy of Valley Botanicals at Lilify

     
    12/15/18
     
     
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    Join Lilify as we welcome Emmaline Molloy, founder of Valley Botanicals. Valley Botanicals skin care products are made by Emmaline in small batches on the Central Coast of California using only natural and organic ingredients.

  • Makers Showcase at Lilify: Yulanda Santos

     
    12/8/18
     
     
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    Join Lilify as we welcome Yulanda Santos, Executive Pastry Chef of Aubergine Restaurant at L’Auberge Carmel. Yulanda will be presenting her seasonal goodies and goods.

  • Makers Showcase at Lilify: Amber Duncan

     
    11/17/18
     
     
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    Lilify welcomes Amber Duncan of Mountainside Jewelry, who brings a rustic aesthetic into modern times with jewelry styles that strive to be timeless, cherished pieces. Her jewelry is made using a combination of metal working, repurposing vintage designs, hand cutting stones, and lost wax casting.