June 23, 2017

Our next food stylist comes from a little farm tucked away in the beautiful heart of New England. Krissy O’Shea is a freelance photographer and food stylist who launched her blog Cottage Farm in 2009. Although her creative works are constantly evolving, Krissy’s photography is known for its natural lighting, as well as minimal styling. Discover more […]

June 16, 2017

Minimalism has an important place in our hearts, but so too does the playful, the experimental—the aspects of design that are wildly free. This week, we’ve chosen to highlight several makers whose handmade goods capture the vibrant nature of free-spirited design  through their use of color and inventive texture. From the natural landscape of the […]

June 10, 2017

This week, we’re sitting down with another influential blogger in the food community, Rebecca Firth of Displaced Housewife. Although new to food photography, Rebecca’s style represents the more moody and imperfect moments in life. When it comes to props and styling, she opts for more vintage and rustic pieces, which you can find in most […]

June 2, 2017

Creativity flourishes in cozy spaces, which is why it’s no surprise that our featured makers thrive in their home studios. There’s a level of intimacy and comfort that a home studio provides, and each maker’s proximity to their work helps maintain a close connection between the artist and his or her pieces. From Portland and […]

May 26, 2017

A devoted baker knows the true value of good baking utensils and accessories. Good baking tools can save time, prevent kitchen catastrophes, and delight your sense of efficiency. From spatulas and scrapers to ovenware, we’ve collected some of our favorite pieces fromThe Wooden Palate, GIR: Get It Right, Nest Homeware, and Stacy Howell to inspire your […]