Tonight! Don’t Miss the Opening Party for the Latest Harvest Location!


If you’re a fan of the rustic-yet-sophisticated wares of the Bay Area-based Harvest shops, then you won’t want to miss this. Tonight the furniture and home decor mecca is opening its third location in San Carlos and, of course, having a party to celebrate! 

Delight in a sumptuous feast of new takes on time-worn treasures. Springing up from the flower-lined streets of downtown San Carlos, the new Harvest storefront, framed inside by reclaimed wood beams, boasts an intoxicating mix of artifacts and vintage pieces together with refined reproductions.



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Crediting his head designer Jaye Parsons for the grace and flow of this boutique’s distinctly California style, owner Karsten Iwers dubs this “unpretentious easy living.” Whether discoveries from a Czech attic or armoires crafted from reclaimed Indian teak, tin-framed calendar prints or French postage-stamp throw pillows, Iwers brings new life to the patina of the past.





And Iwers’s Harvest shops take this approach one step further, by offering a line of reclaimed wood furnishings and custom upholstery. So whether you opt for a raw cotton wreath or an eighteenth-century coffee grinder, you’ll remain unabashedly original.



Thursday, May 10 from 5-9 p.m.; 677 Laurel St., San Carlos;

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