new at the shop
An occasion to SAVE. Visit ARTEFACT Home|Garden during the month of September to order your upholstered and case pieces. 20% off custom orders of Verellen furniture, iron consoles, and locally made live edged wood + lucite benches and tables, select mirrors and lighting.
The great room at Artefact…seating by Verellen USA, leather ottoman, vintage italian chandelier and fresh waterfall chandelier made in US…it’s all in how you ‘put it together’
during the past 10 days we have received over 40 new garden containers including the very popular kakimo square and half moon composite containers, the intriguing stylings of john lamos and the gorgeous ‘moss aged’ terra cotta planters from campo de fiori. We expect some smaller grey clay planters and the amazing pennoyer newman urns and small garland pots to arrive next week. we have a limited supply of guy wolff greenhouse pots on hand. get ready and get planting!
if you would like artefact home|garden to design and plant your containers for you – give us a call or drop by the shop.
The Marilyn XL Sofa is ‘drop dead sexy’….
Just back from the High Point Furniture Market Spring 2013….Verellen is well ahead of the trends with sexy curves and a subtle color palette of nudes and coppers.
When I was living in Portland I was an avid reader of Maine Home + Design magazine. I loved everything about the publication – topics, photos, layout…even the paper it is printed on. One day I noticed the South Street Linen logo… the rest is history. Maureen and I visited ‘the ladies’ of South Street Linen in their studio in the fall of 2011. We met, we talked, we laughed (a lot) and we bought their fantastic hand block printed linen napkins and table runners.
Mary Ruth Hedstrom and Jane Ryan are painters; Lynn Krauss is a painter/printmaker. They have been soul mates for over 10 years and share a love of textiles, especially linen. Mary Ruth is a minimalist, Jane, a lover of things bold and colorful. (Lynn feels strongly both ways.)
A year ago these mid career artists started applying their particular sensibilities to making hand stitched and block printed linen scarves. They fell in love with linen. The rest is history.
Their inspiration comes from well-worn ephemera, the geometric patterns of architecture, and things Japanese and Scandinavian.
The ladies of South Street Linen will be at ARTEFACT Home|Garden on Saturday, November 3rd from 12-5pm. Come meet and mingle, check out their extended line of lovely, hand blocked linen products ~ it’s never too early to think about your holiday table, décor…and gifts.