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About HomArt

Inspired by California living and architecture, HomArt presents a collection of hand finished home accessories forging a contemporary link with California's romantic past. Its diverse offerings include delicate porcelain, matches and matchboxes, glass and vintage products, all with a dreamy, West Coast vibe. HomArt’s exclusive range of refined yet affordable home accessories is created for everyday use from all-natural, recycled, and new materials, simple and tastefully designed to comfortably mix with any décor. Showing the handwork of skilled craftsmen, the HomArt collection evokes the warmth and serenity of a less hurried era.

Past Sales Featuring HomArt

Sale Ended September 30, 2011

HomArt Home Accessories

These mirrors and coat racks call to mind a lovingly weathered California farmhouse; yet, at the same time, their uncontrived elegance strikes an entirely contemporary note. We love the artful contrast of materials, too, in pieces like a tiered serving tray, which is made of antiqued elm wood and smooth white ceramic.

Sale Ended April 26, 2012

HomArt: Rustic Accessories

These home accents — think burlap votives, seagrass baskets, and faceted vases — call to mind a lovingly weathered California farmhouse. Yet, at the same time, their uncontrived elegance strikes an entirely contemporary note.

Sale Ended September 12, 2013

Case of the Mondays: Office Accents

We all need to look up from our work every once in awhile — and these eye-catching accessories are the perfect pieces to set your gaze upon. Here, everyday pieces become eminently stylish

Sale Ended January 20, 2012

Vintage Home: What’s Old Is New

Take some picks from this selection, and you’ll be well on your way to putting together a room that’s retro and timeless at once. Start with the accessories: the sculptural, bone china bottles, sleek cherry-bark boxes, and polygon mirrors all possess an organic-inspired, midcentury-modern feel. Or take the retro look in a Euro direction with a Swiss heraldic shield, some vintage English shoe trees, or colorful Swedish bottles — or channel Hemingway with a vintage typewriter.