SIN Gives You a Reason to Go Home

WHO

Virginia Sin, Owner

Williamsburg, Brooklyn


My inspo is drawn from memories –– I'm quite nostalgic. Yet I'm also striving to stay present, and by making physical objects, I feel as though those two worlds can come together. I have many interests and always watching youtube tutorials. Always curious about how things are made, my consistent hobbies have been cooking, entertaining, natural dyeing, knitting, researching and learning random things on the internet, wandering in nature: love being outdoors!

WHAT

Home is where you do whatever you want. That's why we do whatever we want: meticulously hand-building, crafting and weaving American-made home goods that make you feel good.

photo: Sharon Radisch

photo: Sharon Radisch

WHEN

My first career was in advertising and I spent a decade building brands on the creative side for other people. My inner entrepreneurial side saw this as an opportunity to build a brand of my own. The name of our company, SIN is my surname. It represents a lifestyle where a beautiful home is a lived-in home. We don't make things. We make comfort. We make reasons to go home. Things you can wrap up in. Things made slow. With two bare hands. Things worth sharing. Or hoarding. Depending on your prerogative. Things that help you find home. Wherever you are.

We don’t make things. We make comfort. We make reasons to go home. Things you can wrap up in. Things made slow. With two bare hands. Things worth sharing. Or hoarding.
photo: Sharon Radisch

photo: Sharon Radisch

WHY

SIN is unique because we are interested in making functional home goods that are also art objects.

WHERE

www.virginiasin.com

@virginiasin__

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photo: Sharon Radisch

photo: Sharon Radisch

FAVORITE

The Rolling Hills Table Lamp from our new table light collection: Out West. It's named after the town I grew up in. Each table light design takes inspiration from the location's specific terrain while the light bulb represents the position of the sun.