Canvas, a younger sibling to the glamorous New York/London design group and shop Ochre, has been a favorite source of ours since we discovered it several years ago. Founded by British ex-banker Andrew Corrie, the company features furniture, homewares, and accessories created by skilled artisans found locally and throughout the world, all based on the premise of “simple sustainable style.”
In the Shelter Island home Corrie shares with his wife and business partner Harriet Maxwell McDonald and their two children, the ethos of Canvas is evident: soft tones, sustainable design, and understated elegance. Whitewashed pine-plank walls provide a rustic backdrop for Canvas and Ochre pieces, a well as other lines.
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Photos by Ditte Isager, unless otherwise noted.
Above: In the living room, a Snooze sofa from Ochre adds a note of elegance.
Above: The woodstove in the living room is surrounded by ceramic botanical tiles; photo by Liz Vidyarthi for AT.
Above: A round dining table surrounded by Wegner Wishbone chairs. The moth photograph is by Joseph Scheer and was sourced from Ruby Beets.
Above: A Round Felt Mediation Pillow adds extra cushioning to a Hans Wegner Wishbone Chair. The painting is by Leora Armstrong.
Above: Corrie made the bamboo shade over the outdoor dining table himself.
Above: Blue, the family’s blue whippet, lounges on the Shelter Island Beach amidst Canvas pillows.
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