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Meet Niki Wilkinson of WindSwept Wallhangings

Today we’d like to introduce you to Niki Wilkinson.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I am a lover of all things creative. I began making wall hangings as a hobby and fell in love with being able to bless a person’s space with something beautiful and unique. I now sell on the side through custom orders or through my own unique creations.

I am a Christ-follower and find inspiration and creativity all around me through the beauty of nature. God is the ultimate artist and to be a part of his live canvas is incredible. I’m in awe of all that he has made and how intricately creative he is. He has made each one of us uniquely gifted with talents to be shared. My intent is to love, bless, and fully live among all who have all been created in the image of God. My wall hangings represent being able to flow with whatever blows your way.

Taking all that we’ve been given in life and using it to represent the beauty of who God is. It is my form of worship… to use the talents I’ve been given to outwardly bless each individual I meet.

We’d love to hear more about your business.
I make Wallhangings. They take on a Bohemian/Native American vibe. They are free flowing and unique from macramé. They have been made for home decor, office spaces, party backdrops, and wedding ceremonies. I use color and or natural tones to create custom pieces unique to the individual.

It’s been very smooth. I just get to enjoy.

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
Absolutely!! LA is super creative/artsy and the most receptive of art.

Contact Info:

  • Email: windsweptwallhangings@yahoo.com
  • Instagram: @windsweptwallhangings

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