3 Questions For: Farmhouse Pottery

I am so excited to announce our brand new series on the blog! I am going to be interviewing vendors, creatives, business owners, you name it on how they go about their styling and design.

To kick off the series, I had the pleasure of visiting Farmhouse Pottery in Vermont and had the opportunity to chat with their team to talk about how they style their shop and their products.

'You have to commit to originality every day' says the intro video that plays around the store non-stop. The owners Zoe and James really make a point of creating their own aesthetic and striving to be true to it every day.

 

 
Storefront: Welcome to Farmhouse's dream home. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

Storefront: Welcome to Farmhouse's dream home. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

 

1.  What was the main inspiration for the store set-up and the styling of your products?

Zoe Z: We love giving our clients a very warm welcome into our store and products. All items are setup in a way that inspire an authentic lifestyle.

 

 
Styled tabletop. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

Styled tabletop. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

 

2.  What would you say was the most beautiful piece made and why was it so special?

Note from the author: Everybody at the store had their own favorites as well as season favorites! I should have seen this coming :)  

From Zoe Z: 'The crocks are a very versatile item. They can adorn any space as a pretty vase, serve as a bottle holder or container.

 

 
Crock from Farmhouse Pottery website

Crock from Farmhouse Pottery website

 

 

3.  What is the number one tip you can give to ensure beautiful styling of any Farmhouse Pottery product?

Trust the uniqueness of each one and play with it. The beauty of having a handmade piece is that it will have its own characteristics and you should cherish that item even more for it.

 
Styling at Farmhouse. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

Styling at Farmhouse. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

 

We couldn't pass on the opportunity to gather a few pretty items for the studio and for the IG Live folks.

If you are heading North...Plan a quick stop in Woodstock, catch lunch at one of their amazing little restaurants and then make sure to head to Farmhouse.

Make it even more fun by shopping their 'seconds' and save a pretty penny while getting the most amazing house items.

 
 
Milk Jug and Wood Bowl. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

Milk Jug and Wood Bowl. Photo: The Romanticist Studios

 

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* Our visit was first seen on Instagram Live! Follow us on IG for more Live visits!