SHELBURNE, Vt. (WCAX) – A New England eco-welcoming clothing, bedding and residence decor company released a new line Thursday which is influenced by a Vermont museum’s collection.
Garnet Hill and the Shelburne Museum partnered on the new collection.
The Shelburne Museum has one particular of the most significant textile collections in the region and it was a important collection for the museum’s founder.
Both equally Garnet Hill’s designer and the Shelburne Museum’s assistant curator told us recreating historical collections was a exciting practical experience.
“They ended up sitting down with the genuine textiles and hoping to determine out how to approximate a historic color of a textile in a present day reproduction has been it was a excellent sort of pleasure to go by way of,” reported Katie Wooden Kirchoff, the assistant curator at the Shelburne Museum.
“Shelburne’s bought such a huge archive that it was like being a child in a sweet shop attempting to pick just a person of them, so it felt like a very organic in shape,” Garnet Hill Designer Vanessa Romeo said.
View the video to see our Cat Viglienzoni’s comprehensive interview with Katie Wood Kirchoff and Vanessa Romeo.
The collection launched Thursday. Items run everywhere from $100 to $350 relying on what you are buying. You can uncover the assortment on their web site. Click on in this article to go to it.
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