All Things Grow is a design studio focusing on hand printed house wares by Marcy Davy. Marcy found her way to printmaking in an undergrad class almost fifteen years ago, and founded All Things Grow in 2008 out of an apartment kitchen in Ypsilanti, Michigan. In the years since she has created an ever evolving line of home decor inspired by her interest in the natural world, vintage design and folk art. The studio is one of very few offering screen printed goods on stretched canvas as well as paper and wood. The mission of All Things Grow is to use the screen printing process as a means of offering original and highly accessible work that is simple to collect and gift and fills a home with personality and charm.  

All Things Grow is a team effort. Marcy designs and prints the entire line in her home studio. Her husband Chris Haywood produces all of the wood elements for the line in his family's 19th century converted barn workshop and production assistance comes from a handful of creative neighbors. All Things Grow can be found at indie art fairs throughout the midwest in addition to over fifty retail locations.  

The line focuses on responsible sourcing whenever possible including FSC Certified wood and locally manufactured tea towels and paper. In addition to printing and designing for All Things Grow, Marcy co-organizes a biannual arts festival in Ypsilanti called DIYpsi. Helping others experience successful arts entrepreneurship is her favorite way to serve her community.  

Contact Marcy anytime at  hello@marcydavy.com.