a t Designs


Located in historic Easthampton, Massachusetts, a t Designs is an innovative, family-owned, design group. Brothers Thomas and Andrew Stuart (Andrew a successful scenic designer and Thomas a carpenter by trade) share 3600 square feet of a turn-of-the-last-century neighborhood bakery.

When not renovating their bakery, making theatre, or installing custom concrete counters and sinks, they are offering hand made art and objects for the home. All of their wares are hand-formed, cast, sanded, and polished. They are inspired by anything steeped in history, age or patina; objects and design from the machine age, old New England Mills, vintage industrial, nature, old French guest houses, the Maine coast, the Pacific Northwest, modern design and simple functional art. Find them this month at our market or on the web below:



Jan Halvarson

13 comments:

WO WÉ COLLECTION said...

J'adore...

Ieva Ukanytė said...

Beautiful and rough. Adore it!

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Monika - Twoja Asystentka said...

awww, this emerald vase is so sweet!

dejoiss said...

Your blog is so cool! A lot of sharing and ideas! :))

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Julie said...

absolutely gorgeous pieces!

elena nuez said...

C'est magnifique!!!

Anne said...

Gorgeous! I so love concrete

sarah said...

That overhead fixture must be so heavy! I'd be afraid of walking under it!

AmyeToTheRescue! said...

Love both your sites! Love handmade and love A T Designs. Thanks for all your posts! I <3 you!

Melanie said...

The surface colors and textures in these photos are so soft and lovely. Love the look of the natural concrete with the distressed walls.

giddy giddy teri said...

perfect combo of organic and modern! beautiful pieces!

Patty said...

Loving A T Designs' aesthetic! Thanks so much for sharing. I'm remodeling my kitchen right now and there is so much inspiration on your site. Thanks!

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They are inspired by anything steeped in history, age or patina; objects and design from the machine age, old New England Mills, vintage industrial, nature, old French guest houses, the Maine coast, the Pacific Northwest, modern design and simple functional art.