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Forti Goods’ Furniture Wants To Safely + Securely Store Your Cannabis

02.05.21 | By
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Observations you may make when looking through the photos below: on-trend handcrafted furniture, clean lines and modern angles. What you’re unlikely to notice: controlled lock access via an app and carbon filters that neutralize the scent of cannabis.

Milwaukee-based Forti Goods is the first furniture company with lockable drawers to safely and securely store cannabis products for responsible medicinal and recreational use. In the past decade cannabis has grown up, which means you no longer need to stash it away in a shoebox or glove compartment if it’s legal in your state. Founder and CEO Sharon Kevil wants to promote inclusion, acceptance and support for those who enjoy cannabis, with lockable storage to keep curious hands out. (And without a doubt, you likely have other things you wouldn’t mind locking away from time to time!) It’s also possible to simply like the furniture designs.

living room

Evelyn Coffee Table

It’s a pretty simple ask, but one nobody had jumped on prior to Forti Goods. But as you can see, there’s more to this collection than a locking function. Each piece is sustainably-sourced and manufactured by hand, and it hopefully will keep these quality pieces out of landfills for a long time to come. We’re happy to have them creating and championing for a shift towards a place of cannabis normalization and appreciation.

coffee table with drawers

Evelyn Coffee Table

coffee table with drawer

Sylvia Coffee Table

console

Eleanor

console detail

Eleanor

wardrobe

Geraldine

wardrobe

Geraldine

console

Florence

console detail

Florence

desk

Laverne

desk

Laverne

living room

Ada Side Table

living room

Grace Side Table

They also sell wooden accessories to help keep your storage compartments neat and tidy.

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Sharon Kevil

Sharon Kevil

To learn more about Forti Goods’ line of furniture and accessories, visit fortigoods.com.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.