Celebrating our handloom weavers and their amazing creations this month. Starting with the weavers who work on our lightweight textiles in Kerala, southern India. The above image shows Shobha creating a textile on a large wooden handloom setup in an open air environment that is covered. You can see how lush and tropical it is there. Such a beautiful smile! She was chuckling a bit after seeing my attempt at working on her handloom. I'll share a video later of this, which is pretty much guaranteed to make you laugh too. Preparing the warp. This is Sarojini, another radiant and talented weaver that is very highly skilled. She makes weaving on a handloom look easy, but it requires a lot...
For the Spring Market my tent is going to be on the North Lawn, a beautiful grassy area with a stunning view of the river, and easy access to the parking lot.
Check out these cool cabins available for an overnight stay if you're from out of town, right on the Hutton Brickyards property.
Advance tickets are available in half-day, full-day, and two-day reservations at fieldandsupply.com. This is a really fun event with live music, good food + drinks, vibrant people, and a lot of beautifully made handcrafted goods.
I hope to see you there!
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Thrilled to be a part of the 5th edition of the Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Palm Beach this year. Thank you Maryline Damour and Melvin Jones of the design firm Damour Drake for including my alabaster Hanging Planter in your "Toddler's Haven". Such a fun and inspired room showcasing the work of artists and designers from New York's Hudson Valley.
You can see the Show House in person through April 3rd or via a virtual tour. Tickets available at kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org. All proceeds benefit regional youth programs.
Photos by Brantley Photography
I love when customers reach out to me. Such was the case in meeting Susan Harrington of the luxury wallpaper company Fromental. A “thank you for subscribing email” prompted a back and forth of other emails, which ultimately led to meeting Susan in person at the Field + Supply Market and later at the Fromental showroom in NYC. Susan is a very dynamic and engaging person and the company that she represents makes the most exquisite wallcoverings. Some are made with artisanal papers and others with silk. All are hand-painted. Their design range is impressive too, from modern abstractions to ornate chinoiserie. What I can tell you upon seeing them first hand is that the quality is truly impeccable. It...
Super excited to have new horn servers in the shop. At 11" long x 3 1/4" wide they work great with most salad bowls and trays. Each set of two spoons is sculpted from sustainably harvested cattle horn that is a byproduct of the meat and leather industry. They are then polished using coconut oil to give them a beautiful luster. I sorted them into 5 separate color groups to ensure that you are able to receive the colors that you like best. Also really excited to have our Horn Votives back in the shop. I sorted these into 5 color groups as well. Note that they are different from the server colors. Yeah...horn works like that. The image above...