• Barrons-Hunter

    Barrons-Hunter

    In time for Father's Day, let's take a look at one of our oldest partners.
  • The Romance of French Lavender By Jennifer Byerton of Wine & Country Life

    The Romance of French Lavender By Jennifer Byerton of Wine & Country Life

                  Have you visited Provence and driven the country roads lined with fields of lavender in the summer? Notre-Dame de Senanque is a Cistercian abbey near the village of Gordes in the department of the Vaucluse in Provence that would make a lovely destination. It is also known as the Lavender Abbey of Provence. The Senanque Abbey was founded...
  • Artist Spotlight: Isabelle de Borchgrave

    Artist Spotlight: Isabelle de Borchgrave

    For the Love of Paper: Caspari believes in the work of the artists we partner with, and this is no more apparent than in our ongoing collaboration with Isabelle de Borchgrave, a creative powerhouse best known for her paper-based sartorial collections.
  • 5 Snappy Flowers to Grow from Seed

    5 Snappy Flowers to Grow from Seed

    These flowers are a cinch to grow from seed. All they demand is a sunny spot and some water. With that small investment, even a noice gardener will be rewarded with vases full of gorgeousness from early summer to the first frosts. To keep them productive, don’t wait for the flowers to go over. Instead, pick them at their peak because the more you...
  • A Brief History of the Tea Towel

    A Brief History of the Tea Towel

    The dish towel’s more refined cousin has both an aesthetic and utilitarian history. Considered a kitchen staple the world over, tea towels have gone from status symbol to everyday necessity. Many people use the terms “tea towel” and “dish towel” interchangeably, but there are minor distinctions. Tea towels are crafted from linen or cotton and tend to be thinner than the average dish towel....
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