Blue and white — few colors go together so well — yet never go out of style.
Karla Furrer at Bella Studio dropped off an assortment of indigo and white pillows and napkins at State & Third. Karla designs and hand makes jewelry, handbags and accessories like these in her small studio in Columbus, Ohio. Karla recently posted in her own blog: “Still learning and obsessing over the beauty of indigo!”
The Bella Studio indigo and white accessories go well with the Pitch Pine pottery and pewter cutlery carried at State & Third. It’s always fun to mix and match things to infuse new energy and color into your home.
Makenna Lewis with Clay & Paper dropped off more black and white colored pinch pots. Clay & Paper creates handmade ceramic pieces and prints with modern flair. In addition, Barbara Sews, a fiber artist, has created colorful rope baskets that will brighten up your kitchen, dining room or living room. Barbara Sews specializes in home accessories, fashionwear, and seasonal décor. Barbara shares, “I really like upcycling, using scraps, and having the challenge and ability to make what I can’t find.”
Thanks for shopping at State & Third and supporting local and U.S. made goods!