As we prepare to launch our second Vintage and Collected Collation, I find myself reflecting on the many and varied merits of decorating our homes with vintage pieces.
There is a fundamental tension in human existence between our individual needs and our need for belonging to something beyond ourselves. In this two part blog post we explore this tension and how our homes can be of service to us within our self-development and our deep innate desire to not just live but to thrive.
To appreciate why Shaker creations have captivated people for centuries, we can take a look at the ways in which their design and creation process was rooted in their values, their spirituality, and their unique way of life.
The enduring nature and timelessness of any given design so often rest on the thoughtfulness and attention put into the process of creation...
In the second part of this two part blog post we offer a self-reflection as a guide for unearthing elements of our own unique sense of home.
Our homes are often our most intimate and private spaces. In addition to serving our needs for safety, shelter, and belonging, our homes can reflect and reinforce who we are and who we wish to become.
A simple, natural table provides inspiration for the festive season...
In a recent interview, I was asked to state what my prediction for the next big trend in interior décor would be – my reply was individuality. As our possibilities expand and the range of what is acceptable and tolerated grows, so too will our desire to create spaces that reflect this diversity.