Shared Memories From Our Founder

Dear Friends,

I hold such fond memories of summertime potluck picnics. The womenfolk would proudly contribute to an appetizing expanse of secret family recipes upon red-checkered cloths. Variation on fried chicken and deviled eggs were flaunted on Fiestaware while soda in technicolor fruit flavors floated in ice. My sisters and I would grapple for black cherry and red cream soda that we gulped down with brownies.

Similarly, we have gathered a buffet of bliss-inspired goods on these pages, sourced from countless artists and cottage industries. Allow yourself to be tempted by something irresistible to satisfy your charmed lifestyle.

May this find you swaying in hammocks and porch swings with pleasant breezes tousling your tresses. Savor the simple pleasures of this nonchalant season.

MelissaMelissa Rolston


5 thoughts on “Shared Memories From Our Founder

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  1. I am very found of your posts, love the blog. I have, over the years, added many items from VT to my home and as gifts. Keep everything coming and thanks for sharing.

    1. Dear Nena,

      Your kind words are most appreciated and your blog is wonderful as well! Must try that corn chowder recipe! We genuinely thank you for your loyalties and are privileged to have a presence in your home.

      My warmest,


  2. I have enjoyed your catalogue (mail and net), over the years. Always such lovely items, to be tempted by. -smile-

    And now, I am enjoying your blog and IG.

    Thank you.

    Luna Crone

  3. I have fond memories of picnics when I lived in central London as a child growing up there we used to pack the basket and totter off to Regents Park and spend the day there.

    Love your blogs you are such an inspiration to us all. Thank you .

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