Vendor Spotlight: Kind Design
Being fans of Kind Design products ourselves, we were super excited to learn more about the company and its’ founder, Damon Redd. Not only do they have amazing ethically sourced and locally made hats, t-shirts, and accessories; but they can also make custom wedding ties with the topography map of your favorite ski mountain/hiking spot/river for fishing. What a fun and creative way to make a groom and his groomsmen’s attire unique and special to them! Read on for more about the company, and what we learned from Damon Redd:
Tell us a little bit about Kind Design.
Kind Design was born in Vail, in 2008, inspired by the mountains and rivers of Colorado. Our mission is to create unique outdoor inspired products that are ethically sourced. We create custom topographic ties, bow ties, pocket squares, and more for weddings. Everything is made in Colorado on 100% recycled materials. We are the only company that can customize topographic locations for wedding accessories, and match them to over 500 colors.
What inspires you?
Family, kindness, nature, recreation
What is your number one tip for couples planning their wedding?
Happy wife, happy life. (Just kidding… but not really)
Can you tell us an interesting fact about Kind Design?
We were completely wiped out by Boulder’s 1,000 year flood in 2013. Sheryl Sandberg featured our flood survival story in her book, Option B.
What’s next for Kind Design?
Potentially breaking the topoties.com off into it’s own business.
What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Spend time with my wife and 2 kids, skiing and rafting.
What are three words that can be used to describe you as a person?
- Funny (looking)
What is your favorite hang out spot in Boulder?
On a trail, hiking with my dogs.
Anything else you would like to add?
Our customers saved Kind Design when we were wiped out by the flood. After a humbling experience like that, we go way above and beyond to make sure every customer is 100% satisfied with everything.
To learn more and keep up with Kind Design, check them out on their:
You can also email Damon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-717-1590.