Destination PSP is pleased to offer its original product lines on a wholesale basis to museum stores and specialty gift shops around the world.  We produce unique, originally-designed merchandise including souvenirs, customized apparel, tabletop items, housewares and more. Our stylish, modern designs reflect the aesthetic of Palm Springs, the world renowned mecca of midcentury modern.  
For Wholesale pricing and to open a Wholesale account, please contact, (760) 673-7878

As a design-focused, Palm Springs-based company, we are committed to quality and sustainability. We take time to create unique products in great styles and colors. We source regionally whenever possible, supporting employment and manufacturing in the Coachella Valley, and most of our products are made in the USA. Our exclusive packaging is certified as environmentally friendly, made with recycled papers, soy inks and wind & solar power.

Because we design everything in-house, many of our products can be customized and/or co-branded. Need our Midcentury House-design mugs with your organization’s name or logo? Reasonable minimums and quick turnarounds make it possible, because we produce most of our products locally in Southern California. And we have a strong track record of producing complete lines of event-based custom products for the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Modernism Week, the Rancho Mirage Writer’s Festival, and many others.


If you are interested in carrying Destination PSP products, please contact us!

National Sales
Tammi Cooper, (760) 673-7878,
Arizona Sales
Sharon Kalscheuer, (602) 321-6670,

Some of our most prestigious clients include:

  • American University Museum Store
  • Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands
  • Asheville Art Museum
  • Birmingham Museum of Art
  • Boca Raton Museum
  • Chicago Architecture Center
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Detroit Institute Of Arts
  • Disney Concert Hall
  • Henry Ford Museum
  • Hollywood Bowl
  • Huntington Museum
  • LA Philharmonic
  • LBJ Foundation
  • Maestri Gallery
  • National Building Museum
  • Oakland Museum
  • Oklahoma City Museum of Art
  • Phoenix Art Museum
  • Sacramento History Museum
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • Scottsdale Center for the Arts
  • St. Louis Art Museum
  • Timken Museum
  • Valley Relics Museum