I’m loving the styling of this recent piece in Lonny Magazine, which features lots of Cotton & Flax pieces used to brighten up this casual baby shower. Visit Lonny to see the full piece.
The Cotton & Flax shop has been open on Etsy for a couple of years, and in that short time I’ve learned so much! Etsy has been an amazing resource and tool to grow my business, and so I am all the more excited to share that Cotton & Flax is the featured shop on Etsy this week! You’ll see my smiling face on their homepage through Friday, and you can read the article about my shop over on the Etsy blog.
I’ve been delighted to see how much press Cotton & Flax has been getting since the Spring launch, this new feature included! Here are a few more posts you might have missed:
- Learn why I’m committed to USA manufacturing in my interview with The American Edit.
- See my work on SF Girl By Bay, one of my all-time favorite home decor blogs.
- Two fun magazine features – one from Anthology Mag, and one from Frankie, the magazine all the cool girls in Australia seem to be reading.
I searched through the archives just to be sure, but it looks like I somehow managed to neglect to mention one exciting bit of news from 2013: a Cotton & Flax pillow was featured in the July/August issue of HGTV Magazine!
Designer Haskell Harris showcased our mint brushstroke pillow in a piece that compared her own style with her mother’s decorating style – both women have incredible taste. She styled my pillow in a backyard dining area, I loved seeing this fresh take on where you can add a pillow for extra color and comfort.
Want to see where else Cotton & Flax has been featured? Check out all our press mentions, and let me know if you spot a Cotton & Flax piece in a home tour or somewhere notable online!
It’s always exciting to see Cotton & Flax getting a little press, but I am such a huge fan of Design*Sponge that it feels extra flattering to find some of my work featured there. Check out our Charcoal Confetti coasters in their roundup of coasters that do more than protect your table.
I was delighted to be featured on Handful of Salt this week! The interview for this profile was a little intimidating – a 45 min phone interview talking all about my process and how I approach my business. Afterwards, I was surprised by how easy it had been to talk about my work, I could have gone on chatting with Meghan (an editor for Handful of Salt) for much longer.
Check out the profile on Cotton & Flax here.