Decorating books that we enjoy....
General Paint Techniques



Learning Color
Swedish and Danish Design






and an out of print book from 1997...Scandinavian Painted Decor by Jocasta Innes. Excellent resource for color information.

A wonderful current book on fascinating eels, written by one of our customers and collectors.

Decorators & Designers

To see our rugs in a very Swedish setting locally, check out this great blog by Dylan Leavitt

Leslie Ann Maxwell

Phillips Design

95 Commonwealth Avenue

Concord, MA  01742

 978.371.2229 x 203

fax:  978.371.2228

leslie@phillipsdes.com

www.phillipsdes.com

Photos of Borge's Booth at Renninger's Extravanganza and a link to wonderful cards on Etsy
Open Air Museums

We have found that visiting living museums or open air museums here and in Scandinavia to be a thoroughly enjoyable way to learn about our past. Plan your vacation around these museums....

Our Customer's Products & Services

and in her studio:

Kathryn Milillo click on photo to enlarge

Kim Madsen's Saga Songs info@sagasongs.com at http://www.sagasongs.com.  

There is a nice review of Saga Songs at this site:

http://gourmetstationblog.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/01/saga-songs-by-kim-madsen.html

 

Vävstuga Swedish Weaving and Folk Arts

Take weaving classes!

Lita Judge

- our favorite children's author and illustrator.
Marissa Bridge Studios

155 W 29th St/3FL

New York, NY 10001

1 212 244-6064

Local Artists... Nick Loscalzo and Andrew CiccarelliTelephone 518 642-3577 in Granville, New York

Call them to discuss the finish you would like, you can tell them which page and which item number on this site to make things easier.>

Traveling to northern New York State?

In Canton, New York you will find the loveliest new and totally restored B & B you can imagine with the nicest host and hostess... Margaret and Bob Nordberg.

Litengard Bed & Breakfast
42 East Main Street
Canton, NY 13617

telephone 315 379- 9808 and cell 315 491- 6890

Margaret's family is from Norway and Bob's from Sweden.

Here is Borge and Margaret setting up a Mora Clock in the gorgeous Gustavian Grey living room...

 

and Margaret with two of her adult children setting up the brand new beds. Our rag rugs are on the floors!

A cozy nook for a child - very Scandinavian!

Early Danish armoire serves as a closet in this light bright airy room.