The Glory Haus Story

Our Story

In 2008, during an economic downturn, four friends with creative hearts came together with a common passion to create Glory Haus. As a designer and manufacturer of inspirational gifts and home decor, we love to inspire and encourage others through our products. Our hope is that our products would be more than just beautiful art that hangs on your wall - that it would provide encouragement and bring JOY into your home. In 2011, we expanded our line of product offerings and launched our collegiate ‘Victory Haus’ line of licensed products.

Today, our products are sold in more than 4,000+ retail stores across the country and we we have permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas, and Las Vegas. 

The mission of Glory Haus is "Community transformation that glorifies the Lord and changes lives through our work, art and relationships." 

The Heart Behind the Art

Our collection of 2,000+ products includes ceramic ornaments, wall art, picture frames, canvases, jewelry, mugs, pillows, collegiate products, and more. Our talented artists collaborate with our design team to create the beautiful products that you see showcased on our website. At Glory Haus, we are a family. Every member of the Glory Haus team is dedicated and passionate about our products and committed to serving our customers with the best possible customer service. {Meet our amazing team here.} Most days, you’ll find our team eating lunch together, building relationships and sharing in special occasions.

Fair Trade India Factory

We are proud that ALL of our linen products are handmade at our fair-trade factory in India, called Daughters of Hope. This factory provides employment, training, and hope to impoverished women. Daughters of Hope not only reduces poverty and injustice, but gives dignity, freedom, and hope to those who have been caught up in the cycle of economic and social oppression. Glory Haus is committed to the development of the factory and helps support fair wages, free childcare, free healthy lunches, savings plans, health insurance, lessons in personal hygiene, daily devotions, and more. Prior to working at Daughters of Hope, these women had no hope of freeing themselves from the cycle of poverty and social oppression that many women in India experience. Many have never felt valued enough to be educated or taken care of, much less celebrated for who they are. Many of the women had no previous education or tailoring experience prior to working at Daughters of Hope. Through an extensive training program, these women are now professional tailors and make beautiful handmade Glory Haus products that are sold nationwide. Although many of the women at Daughters of Hope still struggle with their family situations, they now have hope, peace, and a way to provide for their family. In 2015, Glory Haus was recognized at the Las Vegas Market for our work with Daughters of Hope. For more information on Daughters of Hope, click here.

Repurposed on Purpose Workroom

Glory Haus has partnered with Atlanta-based MUST Ministries to create a leather artisan workroom at the Glory Haus headquarters in Marietta, Georgia. All of the Glory Haus leather products are handmade with love and provide hope and employment to women who are transitioning out of homelessness. Repurposed on Purpose has created products for several national tours, corporate gifts, and created products for celebrities, such as Sadie Robertson of A&E's Duck Dynasty, and New York Times best-selling author and speaker, Jen Hatmaker. For more information, please click HERE.

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