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The Little Luxury That’s Striking Our Fancy
Who can resist this made-in-Maine piece? Formed from beach stone found in New England, this match strike will fit in nicely with coastal-inspired decor. Since each stone is slightly different, you’re guaranteed a one-of-a-kind piece that will last forever.
ANNE SAGE REVEALS HER HOME OFFICE MAKEOVER
Bloomist is a fantastic resource for found handmade objects, all of them inspired by the natural elements. I incorporated pieces like a stoneware tray to corral Ivan’s desk accessories, and a chunky wood chain that I’ve since become obsessed with.
14 Women Ceramicists with Cult Followings
We’ve admired Tracie Hervy’s delicate, perfectly proportioned ceramic pieces for a while now; but we hadn’t seen her work in person until this fall’s Field + Supply in Kingston, NY (it was worth the wait).
20 Design Objects and Ceramics That Prove Chains Are Trending
The up-and-coming New York studio Trueing gave us a sneak peek of their Cerine collection this past February, which culminated in an official search for the best examples of the chain trend.
Is Bloomist the future of online retail?
Affordable hosting and selling technology is making it easier for new players to enter the space—call it an e-commerce spring. Into this landscape pops up Bloomist, a new, hyper-targeted site focused on artisan-made home decor inspired by the natural world.
You Won’t Believe How Our Design Editor Transformed Her 1930’s Bungalow
Now accessorizing our mantle is a joy — I can’t get enough of the natural, earthy decor from Bloomist. Above I have their Bronze Stoneware Cylinder Vase, their Dried Tumbleweed, and their Dried Natural Canella on display in a glass dome.
Current Obsessions: Spring Break
We’re headed downtown to check out floral disruptor Bloomist’s artisan wares (and to sniff the flowers) at a popup shop at Marché Maman’s NYC Soho location.
Nothing Temporary Here: Pop-up Retail Is a Marketing Mainstay
When scouting out a pop-up location for Bloomist, which sells exquisite dried flowers and nature-inspired home décor, Zung visited a highly touted, trendy space but it lacked the atmosphere he sought and later found at Maman café and bakery, with its south of France, shabby chic ambiance.
WHAT WE LOVE: Online shop, Bloomist, inspires us to create a natural refuge at
home through a responsibly sourced, sustainable collection of products that help
bring nature indoors.
WHERE: Online and Bloomist Pop-up at Marche Maman, New York.
SHOP MODERN ORGANIC DECOR ACCENTS FROM BLOOMIST
I’m tapping all my favorite go-to’s for modern, organic accents. But sometimes it’s nice to add a new resource into the mix, so I was thrilled to stumble upon Bloomist!
Small Shop Love - BLOOMIST
A small shop with a big heart and a big mission! The shop is filled with a stunning collection of dried botanicals, small batch vessels, handwoven pillows, and more- all chosen with care.
HOME TOUR: ALEX BATES’S FIRE ISLAND STILT HOUSE
The founder of sustainable-design consultancy Flint & Kent and creative director of nature-centric home design company Bloomist, Bates and her husband, Andrew Hoffman, have been finding refuge on Fire Island for decades now.
Calling All Green Thumbs: Buy These Under-the-Radar Plants Before They Hit It Big
“My latest fixation is oxalis, or purple shamrock. It’s a low-maintenance houseplant
that thrives with just minimal care but is also great in the garden.”
—Alex Bates, cofounder and creative director of Bloomist
Big Lives Women’s Day Event
Lush plants and botanically-inspired objects by Bloomist created a sumptuous refuge for guests to relax and enjoy the experience. On the walls, photographer Jessica Antola inspired with her travel-centric images. The Women’s Day event celebrates the powerful stories and collections of Big Lives’ favorite female-led emerging brands.