Giveaway :: Cloth & Ink

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

{please visit Cloth & Ink here}

The love affair with fall has officially begun. Inspiration boards full of dinner parties and cozy clothes and perfectly curated living rooms are floating around my brain and I can’t help but feel that perhaps this year might be the best fall of all. To honor this transition, I find myself drawn toward housewares of quality and purpose. I crave textures that make me feel as though everything around me is beautiful, intentional, and worthwhile. (This is not just a justification for purchasing new goods, I promise!) The idea this year is to celebrate, to honor, to live beautifully.

Ah, Cloth & Ink. Helen Peterson creates gorgeous, modern textiles and turns them into housewares that make you feel as though your house is actually a home. From pillows to platters to lampshades, each piece from Cloth & Ink is chic and sophisticated while still allowing for interpretation. (Seriously, find me a kitchen this Blue Kitchen Towel doesn’t belong in. I dare you.) Peterson’s aesthetic has just enough Scandinavian flair to be warm and inviting and yet her designs are unique and artistic in a way that will keep you just far enough away from the crowd to have them asking for your secret. Hello, fall. Please meet Cloth & Ink. You’ll be seeing a lot of each other this year.

Cloth & Ink is giving two winners a Modern Melamine Platter Tray (in the winners’ choice of pattern)! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Wednesday, October 17th. Comments now closed..good luck!

What is your favorite potluck dish?

Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, October 22nd, to see if you’ve won!

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  1. 51
    echo says:

    Moroccan tomato soup. It is vegan (but high in protein) and so spicy and delicious that everyone I’ve ever served it to has loved it. I share that recipe more than any other!

  2. 52
    Ella Bryant says:

    I love green bean casserole.

  3. 53
    Kate B says:

    My husband and I make a really tasty cabbage-edamame salad that has a sweet/spicy dressing. It’s great for potlucks because it can stay cold or be room-temperature (with no worries of food poisoning) and it’s tasty alongside all of the creamy comfort-food dishes that seem to show up. The cabbage stays crunchy for hours and it’s packed with protein. We’re both vegetarians and he doesn’t like cheese, so we know even if there’s not a whole lot that appeals to us, we’ve got our salad to eat, and everyone who’s tried it seems to love it, too!

  4. 54
    Lanie says:

    Jalapeno Cream Cheese Dip! Yum!

  5. 55
    Samantha says:

    Chicken and mushroom soup casserole with ritz cracker crust topping

  6. 56
    Ellen says:

    12 bean soup!