Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Karsten and I have been busy scouting out new, fabulous items for the stores. We recently returned from a long buying trip in Dallas, where we discovered many new treasures. Here's a sneak peek at some of the items that are beginning to arrive at Harvest as we speak...
a new welcome sign for out front will surely delight all our loyal Francophiles
burlap, burlap, burlap! ribbons of all colors!
winery inspired accents
more hip bags made of recycled canvas and leather
industrial chic lamps
vintage inspired display boxes
all things bee; this is a buzzing trend
amazing iron baskets for fall
a clever eye-chart calendar
a creative kitchen clock, modeled after vintage scales
natural fiber textiles and throws
the cutest apothecary cabinet
new jewelry and dressform displays
an amazing mix of assorted numerical accents
a jute rope chandelier, --naturally chic!
one-of-a-kind irone gates with amazing patina
Though it might be hard to imagine Christmas shopping in July, we also purchased most of our holiday decor during this trip to Texas. With so many wonderful showrooms filled with Holiday delights, even a Scrooge could get in the spirit early. We are so excited about this year's holiday loot, and we can't wait to reveal our finds to you this holiday season! Stay tuned...
Monday, August 6, 2012
One of our clients was kind enough to send pictures of her gorgeous, new dining furniture from Harvest's Old Lumber Collection.
"Hi, Kathleen. Here are a few shots of our new extension table, bench, and side chairs which were delivered yesterday. They are lovely, and look wonderful in my kitchen. The finish, legs, and dimensions on the table and chairs are perfect, and I love the shape and scale of the bench...I adore the furniture and Pablo's workmanship. Thanks again for all your help." Regards—Wendy G.
Please find the pictures of her installation below:
Our Burlingame store was recently featured by DIY Network's very own, Shannon Kaye. Shannon worked with our Burlingame store designer, Kathleen, to select furnishings and accessories for her latest DIY Network project. Shannon boasts about her delightful Harvest experience in working with Kathleen in her blog post here:
Check it out!
PS: Kathleen and Shannon's coordinating outfits were not even planned!
I guess great (and creative) minds think alike!