Canvas

Canvas

Earthy elegance defines Canvas' abundant collection of handmade housewares, furnishings, and lighting. Launched in 2005 by British expats Harriet Macdonald and Andrew Corrie, this NYC-based boutique label creates streamlined ceramic bowls, mugs, and plates, glassware, flatware, and kitchen accessories such as jars and cutting boards, as well as industrial metal cabinetry. Canvas strives to use sustainable materials such as reclaimed woods and recycled fabrics to create its warm, artisanal aesthetic. Its collections lean toward muted colors, organic shapes and natural materials, resulting in artful yet practical pieces: A ribbed tumbler quietly stands out in an ultrasoft blue hue; a round chopping board is display-quality, and a shallow soapstone bowl is nothing less than fine sculpture. All told, these elevated basics perfectly complement a huge range of design styles. Social consciousness is a big part of the picture as well: Canvas supports fair-trade work practices and donates a portion of its proceeds to nonprofit groups.

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Past Sales Featuring Canvas

Canvas Bold Blues: Table Linens & More
SALE ENDED ON: April 12, 2014

Bold Blues: Table Linens & More

Celebrate warmer weather's arrival with refreshing takes on a classic hue: blue. They'll make your table look and feel cool and sophisticated for spring and summer (and beyond).
Canvas Everyday Elegance: Scandinavian Style
SALE ENDED ON: April 10, 2014

Everyday Elegance: Scandinavian Style

Inspired by minimalistic Scandinavian style — which is marked by clean lines, natural finishes, and a deft combination of elegance and functionality — we’ve picked out a selection of furnishings to help you achieve the look. Re-imagine your home free from fuss and clutter and furnished with sleek designs.

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