When we're home in New Hampshire, our senses are filled with the most beautiful, sweetest smelling and peaceful-sounding stimuli. This weekend was no different. We took a car ride here and there, taking a break from our chores and letting the paint dry (we're painting the guest house). While we can't bring you the latter sensations, here's what we saw:
An 18th century house given new life- moved to a beautiful setting and faithfully restored
The observed being observed
A stop at a farm stand before a storm
On our friend Dave's barn- a find becomes sculpture
The fog rolls in on the Cold River
Our neighbor stops for a visit- Wellies in our mudroom
We hunt for precious finds. Objects that represent timeless beauty and tell stories of time and place, taste and utility, integrity and influence. We're passionate about expanding our visual vocabulary and gather indigenous palettes, textures and forms that provide us with inspiration and application for our everyday lives. We will tell you narratives through the images we capture along the way—stories about process, composition, adjacencies, and the emotional energy created by brilliant design.