All Things Grow is a screen printing studio founded on the belief that we should all be able to create a home filled with original, personal and affordable works of art that make our heart sing.
Marcy Davy Haywood grew up in a family of makers and found her way to screen printing in an undergrad class almost fifteen years ago. She launched All Things Grow out of her apartment kitchen in 2008. In the years since she has created an evolving line of home decor inspired by her interest in the natural world, vintage design and folk art. She designs and hand prints every item in her home studio with production assistance from creative neighbors.
Christopher Haywood grew up in the country and at art fairs where his parents sold handmade home goods. He produces all of the wood elements for All Things Grow in his family's 19th century woodshop. The pair met in college, have logged countless hours camping in the woods of northern Michigan, and call a brick ranch on a tree lined street in Ypsilanti home.
All Things Grow is made with careful consideration of our environment. We use FSC Certified wood, hydro-electric produced Michigan made paper, and american made textiles whenever possible.