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Shopper’s Diary: Canvas Line from Ochre

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Shopper’s Diary: Canvas Line from Ochre

Sarah Lonsdale September 15, 2009

As longtime aficionados of Ochre, a NY/London–based design group known for their subtly glamorous furniture and lighting, we have eagerly anticipated the online launch of their new, more price-accessible Canvas line. Ochre's Canvas line aims to bring "simple, sustainable style" into the home and features hand-dyed, hand-loomed linen by the yard, rustic ceramics, and an array of wooden utensils and bath accessories. Currently, the line is wholesale-only, but most items are available at the Ochre flagship store in New York. Anthropologie and Sundance carry some of the collection, as do some of our favorite stores throughout the US, including OK in Los Angeles, the Summer House in Mill Valley, Ruby Beets in Sag Harbor, and online at Horne.

Above: Hand-thrown earthenware by Judy Jackson.

Above: Pom-pom blanket, $390.

Above: Lemonwood bowls from $8 and spoons from $15.

Above: Polished plaster lamp with braided cord, $250.

Above: Corkscrew stool, $380.

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