Field + Supply's market is an interior design and home lover’s dream destination in upstate New York. Learn why, and get a glimpse at our top 10 favorite makers at the event, in this article.
Each year, just as the leaves start to turn in New York state’s Hudson Valley, Field + Supply returns to the Hutton Brickyards in Kingston. Visitors from “downstate” and fans from surrounding counties flock for a weekend, meeting talented artists, makers, and creators while shopping for a wide range of goods. Focusing on homewares as its core, Field + Supply touches all retail categories, with furniture, lighting, and textiles all in the mix, alongside luxury food items, jewelry, and beauty products. It's truly a one-of-a-kind arts and crafts fair, and even if you’re not planning to purchase anything, you’re guaranteed to leave full of inspiration!
Let’s dive into some of our favorite makers from the market this year.
A fan favorite every year, Sawkille Co. consistently brings impressive new pieces to the show. Specializing in quirky wood furniture, primarily for the dining space, Sawkille inlays their works with folk-style designs that evoke a fairytale-like feel. Although wood is their specialty, this year, we fell in love with a metal light at their booth and kept imagining how great it would look in just about every room in our home.
A big round of applause to makers who continue to push the boundaries of their craft to create new innovative pieces. L’Impatience focuses on ceramics but branched beyond traditional tableware at Field + Supply to reveal their newest piece: a range of speakers designed in collaboration with Abstract Quality. Super sleek and minimal, these speakers perfectly merge form and function.
We’re always searching for new pieces to display on our walls, so Moses Nadel was a great discovery. The brand makes woven leather artworks that have a tactile, sculptural feel. Alongside a range of leather works, the brand offers sheepskin-covered furniture that creates a perfect cozy living space.
An ideal balance of curves and angles, Heide Martin Design Studio brought this incredible bench to show at Field + Supply. The mix of shapes and forms in one beautiful design makes it feel like the ideal piece for the libra in your life.
There's no shortage of great ceramics at Field + Supply. Still, Tellefsen Atelier caught our eye this year with their curated range of bold but not overly saturated colors glazed over soft curved shapes. There is something very satisfying about the forms they showcased that made us want to scoop up a few mugs for our homes.
A perfect pairing with Tellefsen Aterlier’s ceramic palette, Sunday Monday showcased a series of modern block-printed textiles at this year’s show. Each piece features a simple design centering around varying dot and wave motifs.
In a nutshell: Ombre colors, newsprint typefaces on clocks and mysterious switches. All the pieces Streicher Goods brought to the show this year were fabulous, but our favorite was a table lamp with 22 identical “on” switches, of which only one actually controlled the light. Ethan Streicher, the man behind the brand, said he places the switch in a new location every time he makes a “Turn Me On” piece.
Beautiful things happen when a talented florist and vintage collector teams up with an upcycled clothing designer. Full of treasures, Strega Flora and MMoody Kids joined forces for a booth filled with colorful, thoughtfully curated pieces for all ages. We were particularly smitten by a vintage checkered enamel teapot destined for a chic kitchen space.
It takes a special talent to transform a naturally hard material like wood and carve it so that it truly feels soft and light. This is the case with Two Trees Studios' rounded wooden side tables. Each table component is sanded and rounded to perfection, giving it the feel of a balloon creation ready to float away, despite being quite stable on the ground.
Coming via a charming shop in the small town of Margaretville in the Western Catskills, Species by the Thousands offers a selection of elegant homewares. With an excellent range of neutral but high-quality ceramics and candles, this is a great brand to know, especially as the holidays approach.
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