About Perry Home Naturals
My name is Kim Napolitano-Perry and I am the artisan and owner of Perry Home Naturals. My business is small, but growing, and I am proud of the work I do. I create, design, and manufacture Maine balsam fir pillows, organic lavender sachets, aromatherapy eye pillows, and room & linen sprays in South Paris, Maine. All of my blends are my custom-designed scents that I make one at time with care and attention to detail. I've been doing this work for over 10 years.
With wholesaling, retail, and custom work options available, I offer quick turn around, competitive rates, and stellar customer service. My small business is an official Maine Made: America's Best
biz, and I am also a member of Maine Crafts Association
More About Me
I have had more than one rewarding career in my life including HS English teacher, on-air radio personality, retail management, small business owner, with other jobs along the way. While I was born and raised in NYC (Queens!) I now live in Western Maine with my husband, my daughter, 4 cats, and a flock of chickens. Our home, originally an apple house built in 1911, sits on 4 acres, tucked in the lakes and hills region. We live near Pennsseewassee Lake and Streaked Mountain. (Photo: My own from a hike in Shepard's Farm Preserve, Norway, ME).
Maker For Change (organizations I support)
Hey Day Makers Faire Led by Avril Williams, a visionary and a maker in Portland, ME, we are a group of Makers for Change. The artisans who participate in this show have hearts of gold; we believe in making this world a better, safer, more inclusive place. Find Hey Day Makers Faire on Instagram.
Poor People's Campaign's motto is "Fight Poverty, Not the Poor". Learn more about this dynamic organization at poorpeoplescampaign.org.
Color of Change "Color of Change helps you do something real about injustice" (Until Justice Is Real).
Maine Needs "A grassroots non-profit, powered by a growing collective of volunteers" (Portland, ME)
Green Dot L-A offers bystander intervention & training. See something, say something, then do something. Find out more: GREEN DOT.