In honor of tomorrow being Christmas, we wanted to share a glimpse of some decorations and traditions from our makers—since they've been a huge part of our holiday (that is, the reason we actually have presents to put under the tree). Without further ado:
Red House, our favorite purveyor of all things waxed canvas, has the most darling fake tree (the first one we've actually ever coveted):
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I thought for sure these Jono Pandolfi designs were stocking hooks, until I thought hard about the fact that they're made of clay, and realized they were mug handles. Not Christmas decor exactly, but perfect for close-cupping hot chocolate.
Margaux and Walter from Peg & Awl built this little tree from an Osage orange fruit—we hope they share the how-to!
Cliff Spencer Furniture Maker, designer and maker of some of our most well-built wooden goods, has had the same Norway Pine Christmas tree for two years—but this year it's gotten so big they're sending it back to the wild.