Harvest Season: New Home Furnishing Releases from Wine Country


It’s harvest season in Wine Country and the new releases include home furnishings handcrafted within a 70-mile radius. Check out some of our favorites:

1. Based in Sonoma County, Sklo (Czech for “glass”) makes an array of colorful and elegant blown-glass pieces including Hold, an 18-inch decorative vessel meant to hang from a wall; $460, sklostudio.com.

2. Napa’s Barbara Stafford uses traditional weaving techniques to turn sheeps’ wool into the Moroccan Mood rug; $125 per square foot, barbarastafford.net.

3. Flower arrangements and landscapes inspire the pottery Marge Margulies shapes in her Guerneville studio, including these Cabbage Rose dishes; $836, margemarguliespottery.com.

4. James and Gareth Stamp of Sebastopol are a father-and-son team building chicken coops that are both stylish and farm-functional; from $1,100, winecountrycoops.com.

5. Tomales-based furniture company, Form3, creates sustainable midcentury-style furniture, like the AC credenza, made from FSC-certified wood; $2,450, form3.net.

6. Healdsburg sculptor Jordy Morgan fills steel wire forms with quarry stone to craft his large-scale pieces, such as rock bottle; from $1,200, studiobarndiva.com.


7. Healdsburg jewelry artist Karen Gilbert creates brooches (they can also be worn as pendants) using fused silver and semi-precious stones; $600, gallerylulo.com.

8. Paul Benson makes shiny metal furniture and lighting in Sonoma. The pendant lamp combines mechanical and organic shapes; $2,340, desousahughes.com.

9. Dione Herself, Fine Hoarding is one of St. Helena’s best-kept secrets and the place where you can buy Matt Torren’s chromed driftwood deer sculptures, including Chester; $4,000, dioneherself.1stdibs.com.

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