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Sweetgrass and Eggemoggin lid details.

Silver & Gold

November 6, 2013

Only 50 more days until Christmas! Our Silver & Gold Sale begins today.

Little River round bread board

Happy New Year

January 2, 2013

We are kicking off 2013 with some new additions to our The Tradition of the New collection - the North Fork wine rack and an assortment of cutting boards we call collectively, Little River.

The height of the season in Montauk - memories of getting tossed and tumbled by the waves.

Visions of Summer

December 1, 2012

I woke up to the reality that winter is upon us - a thick coating of glittering frost. My mind turned to our trip to the Hamptons this summer during the month-long heatwave.


Holiday Season Sale

November 19, 2012

Shop small and local for: Artist Made, Hand Made & Maine Made gifts 15% off from November 24th to December 24th.

The best stool post

The Best Stools

August 22, 2012

Our L'Etete stool and Boyden bench were featured finds in Design Marchand's blog post "The Best Stools".

Down East magazine's 58th annual Best of Maine issue.

Best of Maine

June 29, 2012

Two side tables, Mill Cove and Roque Bluffs, from our furniture collection are featured in Down East magazine's 58th annual Best of Maine issue - on newsstands in July.

Spring on our farm.

Spring Sale

March 21, 2012

We are kicking off the change of season with a Spring Sale! All of our furniture, accessories, gift boxes and more are 10% off.

The stenciled clock in our upstairs hall.


October 25, 2011

We are pleased to announce the addition of a new line of gift boxes to our The Tradition of the New collection.

Ox Cove Road


August 11, 2011

The first time I ever heard the name of one of my favorite Down East destinations, we were still living in Sag Harbor, New York.

A kitchen centerpiece

Some Light on the Matter

May 20, 2011

Peeling back the layers of our significantly altered kitchen, unearthed just one original feature that had actually survived intact - the 4 inch wide, clear pine, strip floor.

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