October 10, 2014
September 16, 2014
We're so exciting to be partnering with the new home decor shopping platform, Chairish. Treasures galore gathered through carefully curated shops. And the best part? You have the option to buy or simply make an offer. Shopping for treasures without leaving the comfort of your home; yeah, we're all about that.
This week on Chairish, we were thrilled to see fashion designer Corey Lynn Calter picked three pieces from our collection in her round up her favorites! Hop on over and check out our curious collection of fine goods!
July 1, 2014
What makes you Full of Wonder? Head on over to Instagram and share your inspiration with #fullofwonder and ya might get chosen to receive one of our cute totes in gold (not yet in the shop!!)!
There will be one pic chosen + reposted on our Instagram feed every Friday in July! I started off the inspiration feed with summer nail colors - totally into all the summer shades.
Get creative and share what catches your eye - can't wait to see whatcha got! xo, e
May 20, 2014
Summer time cocktails are my favorite. Pick your favorite citrus - a fresh herb if you like - some champs and mix it in a vintage cocktail glass. Mmmm...yes!
Refreshing and beautiful with a citrus hue in every glass. The treat is selecting the glassware to enjoy it in, and I would go with these guys in the shop!
February 12, 2014
I came across this image while reading one of my favorite digital magazines, Lonny, and totally saw Magpie Fields flair. To achieve a look like this, add vintage industrial lighting and touches of global textiles. Featured is the Shed Some Light and the Vintage Geometric Linens from our shop.
All little more about the featured products:
Shed Some Light is an exclusive Magpie Fields lighting piece that we handmade. The materials used were a vintage chicken feeder and fabric electrical cording. There are two options available: black or brown cording. The light was designed as a swag light creating flexibility for the light to be hung in multiple places in your space or hung as a pendant light. $150 in the shop!
The Vintage Geometric Linens are just that. A simple, geometric design was woven to make these beautiful napkins. With this neutral color palette the napkins blend in nicely on your table. Use as a charger, napkin, or designated space to place a candle. It's a nice touch and is $22 for the set of five in the shop!
One-of-a-kind pieces to add charm to your space. Once they're gone, they're gone!
February 5, 2014
Last Fall at Marburger Farm Antique Show, my talented friend, Larry, of Left&14th captured the set up and created space of Magpie Fields. His photography brings a modern edge to something one might see as ordinary - he brings interest.
Who knew set-up could be this inspiring? These days, we're so accustomed to seeing images of perfection. Whether in television, print, or web...everything is top-notch and not actual reality. With styling being such a focus on photography these days - seeing what actually is... is inspiring to me.
Without the bells and whistles - the whole process from start to finish, is beautiful. It all can be appreciated.
Totally digging the unexpected angles and vintage twist of these images. Go on and check out the photography skills of Left&14th - big thanks for capturing these moments!
November 26, 2013
The EAST Austin Studio Tour took place the last two weekends in Austin. I was able to breakaway and visit about five different studios out of the 160. It was utterly inspiring to see the talent of different Austin artists.
The Canopy studio really stuck out to me - I think it was my favorite. Keith Kreeger Pottery and Studio SloMo were two of the talents at Canopy.
We were thrilled to have a bit of Magpie Fields used in the styling of this beautiful wooden bed by DropHouse Design. The styling was done by Elizabeth Mollen of Stone Textile Studio; she used one of our handmade mud clothes to mix with her incredible textiles. I totally dig this modern look she created.
Me and my good gal, Rachel, and her hubs, Larry (check out his photography!) really enjoyed EAST this year - although I wish I could have seen more, I'll take what I can get! Son of a Sailor has been a favorite artist of mine since discovering them and seeing their work space was a total treat - their use of color is amazing.
Until next year EAST...