I spent all the summers of my youth on Cape Cod vacations. My dad loved interesting shops. We’d often spend what felt like hours in Serendipity or Tree’s Place. There was a cluster of little shops which I think were in Brewster- one kitchen shop that had an upstairs. We’d also spend our fair share of time in Scandinavian Design at the mall. The clean lines, teak wood and gorgeous kitchen wares go way back in my design loving mind. None of it is at all the way I live my own life. That life is full of antiques and little collections from generations of family which also have a strong hold on me.
Having a shop allows me to combine it all. These gorgeous carafes scream 1980’s barware to me. The teak ball tops are a dream. They match the bulbous shape of the glass carafe. They are perfect for infused cocktails or water to keep by the bed. The best part about great design is that it mixes and matches with all styles. Antiques included.
We carry two sizes at Charlotte Julienne and think they pair beautifully with the cocktail stirring spoon from Mulxiply.