Harmonious and intimate, our first collection carries allusion to our many interests and inherent optimism. Thoughtful details nuance the home, providing unique accents or the full setting of a beautiful table. A study of the natural world and the decorative arts so often informed by it, these pieces are the beginning of a cultivated aesthetic, achieved through careful illustration and hand embroidery.
BREAKFAST ON THE VERANDA
Almond berry cake crumbles on shipwreck china and florence placemats. The last of the apricots and berries in collected porcelain and rattan -- a symbol of the end of a season and the start of a new. Lavender scones sit cooling in florence napkins. Toasted bread with curd, jam and fresh butter. Conversation about the upcoming heat of the day -- now made more bearable by cool mornings.
A FLORAL THAT FEELS LESS SO
presented across all of our categories, The Florence print creates a beautiful setting for life. Detailed, feminine and tidy, the climbing vine and ribbon are a floral that somehow feels less so.
The Charlotte Day Gown
A TABLE FOR SUMMER AND FALL
A beautiful bridge between a summer and fall table, the fig green print and embroidered linen are designed to layer together or mix with light and dark colors. Natural accents pair in just as well as sterling silver -- an opportunity to make unique pairings for all occasions.
DINNER ON THE LAWN
A table set in rich green and ivory. Pairs of hand-embroidered linens rest above and below English and Italian china -- Lemon Risotto to come. Stunning Dahlias, Cosmos and Queen Annes Lace usher out the summer season and encourage fall. The day is closing and all we have left to do is chat and enjoy each others company in candlelight.
THE ROMANTIC GESTURE
Hand-embroidered on linen, the lindel print is a modern interpretation of common presentations of 18th century French textiles. Each bouquet and decorative element is placed cleanly and with purpose -- handsome accents that distinguish a table setting.