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5 Products We Love for 2017

5 Products We Love for 2017

Katy - January 5th, 2017

A fresh year is finally here. And we are thinking about products we expect to take off in 2017. The products we selected were released previously, but they have yet to receive the attention we feel they truly deserve. There is plenty of modern style, exceptional comfort and functional technology to go around in 2017! […]

Boom! Art!

Boom! Art!

Tobin - August 2nd, 2016

  Stick Vega is all about the “boom.” The gunpowder artist from Madison, WI, draws inspiration, and a mildly perverse thrill, from the intentionally uncertain act of putting fire to fuse. Each time Vega “blows something up,” he says with a spark in his eye, it is an act of art and faith. Using layering and […]

The New Modular Nursery Collection

The New Modular Nursery Collection

Katy - February 23rd, 2016

Every new parent agonizes over the many decisions and purchases that need to be made before first baby is born: Home birth or hospital? . . . Which car seat is safest? . . . Breast vs bottle? . . . Do I really need the stroller with monster truck tires? I mean, last I […]

Easy Ways to Freshen Your Home for 2016

Easy Ways to Freshen Your Home for 2016

Katy - January 6th, 2016

New Year’s Day makes me crave change. I tend to spend this relaxing holiday at home. This year I looked around my house, and I started to feel a need for a design reset. Maybe it’s the large amount of time I spend inside during the winter, or the fact that I’ve been binge watching “Fixer Upper” on […]

The Art and Joy of Dressing the Dinner Table

The Art and Joy of Dressing the Dinner Table

Linda - November 16th, 2015

I’m not sure when I acquired my love of dressing the dinner table but it began before I hit double digits. My mom would take down our special-occasion dinnerware (until I was big enough to reach it myself), tell me where she wanted everything placed on the table, and then set me free to complete […]

Welcome Traditions

Welcome Traditions

Tobin - October 27th, 2015

We understand how the pineapple earned its swagger as the symbol of hospitality and welcome in colonial North America. New England sea captains who sailed among the Caribbean Islands dodging malaria, wicked storms, and the horrific hygiene of their randy crew were fortunate to return with their health and good judgment. But the luckiest of the […]

The Sit-Stand Revolution

The Sit-Stand Revolution

Katy - October 20th, 2015

Much of our modern lifestyle demands that we sit – hour upon hour, day after day. But, news flash, shiny modern people: Our bodies were not designed to do this! In the caveman days, when we were hunting, gathering, playing with fire, and raising our little cave boys and girls, there were plenty of things […]

Home Is Where The Pie Is

Home Is Where The Pie Is

Marley - October 5th, 2015

Once fall hits, there’s pretty much only one thing I want to do: bake pies. The first pie I learned to make was an apple pie. My grandmother baked pies, and she taught my mother, who later taught me. Baking was a regular activity in my house growing up, and now that I’m grown up, it’s […]

Cool Weather Favorites

Cool Weather Favorites

Katy - September 14th, 2015

It’s that first cool day of September that brings back all of my favorite Fall memories. I step outside first thing in the morning to discover the air temperature is about ten degrees cooler than expected. The humidity has dissipated. And I feel compelled to take a deep breath of that fresh, cool air. I […]

Camp Copeland

Camp Copeland

Tobin - July 27th, 2015

We visited Copeland Furniture headquarters this week in movie-set-idyllic Bradford, Vermont, for a factory tour and training — think summer camp for furniture nerds. The visit confirmed a few details for us: Furniture made at Copeland’s state-of-the art facility melds the Arts & Crafts, Shaker, and Scandinavian aesthetic with modern, functional design. In other words, […]

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