Welcome to the Fall Collection!
I almost contemplated calling this collection Home Sweet Home, as it is full of those little (and some big) things that fill our homes with warm a cozy moments. The new baking and cooking items have me re-inspired for Back-to-School dinners and desserts, the throws and pillows have transformed my hearth room into a cozy spot to curl up, my linen drawers are brimming with warm colors of Fall and my mudroom is now stocked with "House Stationery" in the form of a classic Oak Tree and everything I need for a beautiful gift.
This table features some new things, and some old things taking on a new role. My favorite Tumblers are doubling as vases, and my favorite wooden candle holders have been sprayed gold for the occasion. Don't they look totally different?
Shop the entire Fall Collection, here.
Provence Linen Collection
Classic natural linen accented with cream white stripes - this might be my favorite yet. It looks great with these peach and orange roses, but will look equally elegant with pumpkins at Thanksgiving and evergreen sprigs at Christmas. The natural background will feel fresh in the spring and summer, and cozy in the cooler months - a great investment.
Available in : Tablecloth : 54" Square, Runner : 53" Long x 20" Wide, Napkins : Set of 4, & Tea Towels, Set of 2.Smaller Brown Tart Pans
This is the little sister to last year's super popular Petite Brown Tart Pans. I still love the original size about (5.5" x 1"), but this smaller size (4" x 1") is just a bit smaller making it better proportioned for individual desserts, like these Chocolate Chip Bread Puddings. The recipe will be coming soon.
Shop Smaller Brown Tart Pans, here.
Creamware Petite Gratin Dish
I have a very long list of all of the plans I have for these little guys. The top of the list was this Truffled Macaroni & Cheese. I'm sure you understand why. I also plan to make individual shrimp scampi or scallop gratin ala Barefoot Contessa. I'm sure they would make lovely little creme brûlée dishes as well... especially because it more shallow and longer than a typical ramekin, giving more room for the caramelized sugar on top. Sometimes, just a little new kitchen goodie like this will provide fresh inspiration.Truffled Mac and Cheese recipe is coming soon.
Shop the Gratin Dish, here.
I use pillows and throws each season to evolve the feel of our home. This collection, in such warm, rich hues will take your home right into Autumn.
Shop all of the pillows, here.
This is the classic "cashmere sweater set" of throws. They are absolutely timeless, luxurious and rich. Each throw is double-sided, giving you options to change the look and feel instantly. The Grey blanket's opposing side is a light heathered grey. The Camel blanket's opposite side is a classic ivory cream. Right now I have both in my living room. And the camel in our bedroom. I couldn't choose. I'm sure you'll have the same problem.
Shop Throws, here.
These Herringbone Throws are back for another season in new colors because they are absolutely luscious. The softest thing you've ever felt. They are so so so soft, heavy and cozy - a blanket that you'll love curling up with in your favorite chair.
Colors Available Top to Bottom :
- Lexington Wheat
- Edgartown Sand
- Molten Chocolate
- Falmouth Grey
- Lexington Wheat
- Edgartown Sand
- Molten Chocolate
- Falmouth Grey
Large Basket Tray Set of 2
About 10 years ago I bought a basket that lived on our coffee table for the last 10 years. On occasion it made an appearance as an appetizer platter with dips and chips, or as a way to display sugar cookie favors at a party. After three moves it was no longer looking dapper enough to be in the center of our new family room, so I've upgraded to this dark wood set.
The beauty of this set is that, well, it is a set. Of two. A smaller that will live in my kitchen to hold everything from stacks of linen tea towels to bread and fruit. The larger will be on our ottoman filled with books, magazines and remotes. They are sturdy and the perfect scale.Harvest Basket, Set of 2
A couple of weeks ago I made a housewarming gift for my friend. The gift was a set of my kitchen bottles (filled with my favorites) and brushes. I had everything I needed for the gift except the basket - I had to go on a hunt for the basket. I ended up at Target and found a basket that was the right size, but I didn't love it. The next day I went to my own basket source where I've purchased my berry and apple baskets before. I wanted it to be a little bigger than I'd carried in the past, as it seems my gifts always need a bigger size. I also wanted a warm wood tone. Done. They made this perfect harvest basket for me.
I plan to use it for so many things. It fits my kitchen bottles and brushes perfectly, but would also be a great size for a homemade (large) banana bread or a big arrangement of cookies during the holidays. Look forward to seeing all of the different ways I find to use this basket.
House Warming Gift :
Here is my gift all wrapped up and ready for giving! I attached an Oak Tree Tag from my "House Stationery" collection, below.
Oak Tree "House" Stationery :
When we moved in our house I really wanted us to have "house stationery." I decided on this oak tree because we have a massive, massive oak tree right in the middle of our front yard. This is the first time I've included a Note & Envelop Set, as well. I plan to use it for everything from writing thank you's to inviting friends for dinner.
Shop Oak Tree Collection, here.
Above : My linen drawers looking very cozy... and full : )
I brought back many of my favorite linens from last Fall, but I've also added a few new favorites. This Natural & Cream Check is such a classic. I am sure I will use it all year long.
Shop Natural & Cream Check Tea Towels, here.
Provence Tea Towels
Another favorite this year is the Provence collection, which you might recognize from the table setting at the beginning of the post. It is utterly classic and will probably be my go-to for the next couple of months.
Shop the Provence Linen Tea Towels, here.
Creamware Tart Pan
This is a new item in my baking arsenal that has already gotten a lot of use. A little different from a pie plate, a tart pan is not as deep, but has a larger diameter. It works great for country cakes like this French Apple Cake, or for quiche or frittatas. I also love it for baked dips like a hot Spinach or Crab Dip.
I love how inexpensive these are so you can afford to buy them in multiples to use for large groups for brunch or dessert.
Shop the Tart Pan, here.
I hope you enjoyed browsing and are in the mood to cozy-up your house for Autumn. I'm off to coffee with Emma. Happy Friday : )