Spring Debuts in High Point

Posted on Apr 6, 2017 in Candelabra, High Point, News, Sconce, Tables
Spring Debuts in High Point

Spring—new shoes, brighter colors and new pendant lamps. Isn’t that all anyone wants with a new season ahead? What about a whole new line or idea of pieces by Dunes and Duchess? As our friend and designer Trish Becker said when she saw our debuts, It’s an understandable departure from the norm. —Trish Becker What […]

VOTE for Dunes and Duchess—Martha Stewart American Made!!

Posted on Oct 9, 2014 in Events
VOTE for Dunes and Duchess—Martha Stewart American Made!!

If you’re a Facebook follower you’ve seen that I’ve been posting links to vote for Dunes and Duchess in the the Martha’s Stewart American Made Awards. Dunes and Duchess is a finalist in the awards and we’d love for you to vote for us CLICK HERE TO VOTE The fun thing is that you can […]

Our Moderne Sconce on Made & State

Posted on Jul 6, 2014 in News, press, Sconce
Our Moderne Sconce on Made & State

I love looking through our site stats to see how people are finding us and what terms are being used. I just found a link I hadn’t seen before from the wonderful blog Made & State today. First of all, a thank you to the talented editors there for choosing one of our sconces to […]

Why We Love Naked

Posted on Sep 19, 2013 in Lamps, Sconce, Uncategorized
Why We Love Naked

I promise this is not about Dunes’s love of outdoor showers or air-drying in the sun. This is actually about a new finish we’ve started doing called “Naked.” We’ve long been know for our high-gloss, lacquer finishes, but sometimes when Dunes and I were in the workshop we’d come across a piece of wood that […]

Atlanta Was Hot!

Posted on Jan 23, 2013 in Candelabra, Candlesticks, Designers, Hurricane, Lamps, NYIGF, Sconce
Atlanta Was Hot!

Literally. It was 70 degrees most of the time we were there for the America’s Mart Gift Show. Our new color, Palm Beach, Darling, certainly reflected the balmy mood. It brought a bit of sunshine to the gray, rainy days at the show. Despite the warmth it was wet! Despite the fact that we really […]

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