I wandered into this shop on Martha’s Vineyard that was packed to the brim with piles and piles of quilts, table cloths, napkins, blankets, pillows, robes, nighties, soaps, and lots and lots of European glassware. It was fantastic and an instant favorite! I shared some photographs on my stories and the response was overwhelming. The store does not have a site but you can certainly call in for shipping information, everybody who works with Jane, the store’s owner, is lovely and extremely helpful. I wanted to show you a bit more about what I found there and also say that I have struggled to find anything similar online. We do, however, have an opportunity to list some of these wares on our site, so do let us know if you’re interested!
This is just a tiny glimpse of the shop. There were many patterns that I was drawn to and I found it hard to decide. These napkins and tablecloths are fun, colorful and easy; they can be dressed up or down. I particularly love using busy patterns on the table for breakfasts, which we set out the night before (if we can) when we have guests to stay. They remind me of France, and of summer, and I definitely had intentions of finding things like this for our online store should we decide to launch one! The owner of the shop, Jane, is a delight, so do go in if you’re on Island and send my regards.
I also couldn’t help but fall in love with the many quilts and blankets. The thicker ones seen below are reversible and so offer two patterns per piece. This blue pattern (napkin) below might be my favorite, so subdued and the prettiest shade. It also comes in a blanket.
I love all of the yellows, browns and pinks. Ultimately, after many visits to the store, we settled on this camel which goes well with the colors we have at home but it also fun and unexpected. Xo!