Ivy’s Dealer Directory

Cheri Leonard
Expressions for Your Home and Garden
I enjoy personally selecting each and every treasure with “you” in mind. You will find my array of vintage inspired home decor and gifts in Ivy’s Main House. Re-purposed shabby chic furniture, signs, burlap pillows, linens, French soaps, candles, an assortment of beautiful scarves and jewelry and in the garden, among the flowering plants, yard art, bird feeders and garden accents.

Jan Herchenroeder
Voyage Cargo Ltd.
My love of old things began at the age of 9 when I rode my bike to a church rummage sale and came home laden with 1940’s Cocktail Dresses. My micro shop in the main house of Ivy’s Porch features Vintage travel goods from the 1930’s to 1960’s as well as accompanying romantic accessories.  As a Steampunk aficionado, I also style Top Hats and brass jewelry.  Four years ago I closed my shop in Indiana and moved back home to California, bringing with me my Vintage inventory – farm fresh from the Midwest.

Jeanie Murrell
Mimi Pearl’s
Featuring antiques, vintage, architectural, home décor accents, garden and more. The previous owner of Cobblestone Antiques in Soquel, I began antiquing in the 70’s, cherishing each purchase and expressing my appreciation of Victorian pieces in my lovey space in Ivy’s Porch. Come visit my room on Ivy’s Back Deck.
831 438-4380

Jessica Radcliff
Hand-picked vintage and up-cycled finds, Ivy’s Porch in the Main House. I have a passion for beautiful and unusual art and furniture. I also carry vintage and new jewelry, wall mirrors, cards and gifts, as well as wonderful soy candles from Rendezvous Soy which are created, poured and packaged in the U.S.A.

Judy Barber
Judy B’s Garden Art
Delightful, re-purposed garden pieces that can be used as bird feeders or home decor. Dinner plate decorative flowers add a playful pop of color in the garden and birds are attracted to them! You can see them perched on the edge of a plate enjoying their seeds. Many of my bird feeders are topped with a teapot, selected from a collection I’ve had through the years. You’ll find me on Ivy’s Back Deck.

Judy Patterson
Judy’s Jewelry
Located in the front room of Ivy’s Porch, you will find my hand-made jewelry.
Always changing, always something new and sometimes vintage too.  My love for making jewelry is demonstrated in the unique, often one-of-a-kind pieces you will find in my collections.  Necklaces, earrings, bracelets, there is something for many.  Special orders are available.

Julie Kudo
The Shed
Julie’s Place at “The Shed” at Ivy’s Porch. Tucked away right off the garden path outside, I have the Shed filled with found treasure, eclectic gifts, furniture and many one of a kind pieces you won’t find anywhere else!

Monica Zweers
Tea With Thee
My area in the Front Room brings the love of tea parties to Ivy’s Porch. I provide vintage items and décor for the perfect “tea” for all ages. You’ll find invitations, tea cards, silver, hats, gloves, jewelry, and beautiful china tea sets and tea cups for the little girl in all of us. My children’s corner has an ever changing selection of gifts including vintage silver, Ginny dolls, baby clothes, and furniture. I specialize in handcrafted bags made from golden books, signs, Tasha Tudor children’s books and child-friendly glycerin soaps.

Priscilla Maggiore
La Piccola Bellezza
Just off Ivy’s Rose Patio, enter the room with the black door into world of timeless elegance.  I offer decorative home accessories, luxury scents & body products, handmade jewelry and gifts, vintage treasures and much more.  I also personalize gifts and create custom orders.


Stephanie Aguilar
abs Designs by Steff
After 20 years in the healthcare field and 15 years in manufacturing “Steff” got her groove on and joined the artisan community. I create amazing cuff bracelets from recycled United States license plates and unique magnetic wine charms. I am excited to have you enjoy my creations.

Kahleen Edeal
Bags from Feed Sacks
I am a preschool teacher at Mount Hermon Play School. I love recycling and re-purposing things, and now take feed sacks that people save and give to me and make them into functional bags. I make short ones to carry multiple shopping bags in with straps across the top so they will not spill out in the car. Check out the photos on Facebook, see link below, of some of the bags that I have made already. If you provide 10 bags that I can use, I will sew one for you for free. If you want a bag and can pick it up at Ivy’s Porch, the bags are $10 each. I can mail one to you, but you will need to pay for the postage.

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Kahleen Robison Edeal
Bags from Feed Sacks
Email me at: kahleenedeal@gmail.com