About Us

Fortunate Lemon was inspired by a beautiful and easy way of living. A lifestyle that centers around happiness, living well, and finding the best in life. We want to inspire you to surround yourself with pretty things because you deserve the best! Look for the good whenever possible and don't take things too seriously. Life is too short to conform to a shitty reality. Let's find ways to improve our lives, have an attitude of gratitude, and choose to live happy and free because, damn it, we deserve a beautiful life!

A little bit about what you’ll find here...hopefully some inspiration, a cool find, a must-have art piece, perhaps, or just the latest new arrivals and all-around awesome products. You might even get a suggestion or two on living a magical life!

Our shop focuses on quality and beauty. We are always on the lookout for products that not only will make you smile but also make your heart sing. We want to inspire you to live your best life ever. We hope our personal brand reflects that philosophy, and so do the products from the artisans that we collaborate with. We're huge supporters of small businesses and entrepreneurship. With that in mind, we try to fill our shop with the best-curated products from artisans all over the world. We're excited to offer new products to our customers on a regular basis. 

We're also about kindness. We know on a deep level that we're all connected. We truly are in this together. Finding some compassion for others and the planet at large is essential right now, and also for ourselves while we navigate through these changing times. From the art to the products and accessories, our message remains the same. It's a place where happiness is honored, beauty is appreciated, and peace is the ultimate goal.

We are continually working on evolving and improving our site. We desire to bring you products that are not only beautiful and outstanding in quality and design, but also are ethically sourced and support artisans all over the world.


Let's make this planet a little happier.

Nina Ruffolo