About Us

Jess & Company is a lifestyle business built around living a joyful life where you flourish in all aspects. This is a bohemian business mindset and many mothers aim to live this way. I know, because I am a mother myself and my goals in life consist of being the best wife and mother while simultaneously building a successful business that not only provides and supports my family but also brings joy and assistance to others looking to live a similar lifestyle.

Here at Jess & Co, you will find information about living mindfully to bring peace in your life. Creativity, small business tips, and natural living are explored in depth as they are often other sources of joy (aside from our little families). Shop art and design at JessDesigned, take a look at the handmade boutique for your next gift, and stop by the farm to grab some fresh East Tennessee goods. 

With love and gratitude,


Jessica Beauchamp 
Founder, Author, & Designer

Shop for handmade clothes, accessories, and home goods for the many loving people in your life. 

silly chicken named 'Peanut Butter' from the Beauchamp Family Farm

Established in 2021 in beautiful East Tennessee, we are working hard every day on our beautiful homestead. We currently garden various items; raise poultry for meat, eggs, and feathers; and raise rabbits for meat and fur. 

Shop for designs featured in many of our handmade goods available on a large variety of mediums – from fabrics and wallpapers to digital stock and prints! 


We like to post updates about everything we do around here – from homesteading to homeschooling and everything homemade in-between – we have it here, documenting everything along the way and sharing our lessons learned while we are at it. 


Stay up-to-date on news and related advice by following the blog!

New Product Release! | Ethically Sourced Chicken Feathers

This entry is part [part not set] of 1 in the series Making Money with a Homestead

Making Money with a HomesteadNew Product Release! | Ethically Sourced Chicken FeathersGrab these while you can as inventory fluctuates throughout the year since these are naturally gathered feathers from birds that have molted (or lost them naturally). Not only have they been thoughtfully selected and gathered, they have also been sanitized and washed to prevent […]

Homesteading | Rabbit Habitat

This entry is part [part not set] of 1 in the series Homesteading

HomesteadingHomesteading | Rabbit Habitat Back when we first moved to Tennessee (only in January 2021!) we knew that we wanted to have a space for our rabbits outdoors. Currently, the 4 rabbits we have are pets but in the future we hope to have both meat and fiber rabbits. Anyways, we thought it would be […]