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Objects are entire novels. Each chair, plate, steel shelf, tells a story. When we are drawn to the green table with its chipped paint, or the smooth wooden spoon, we are exploring those stories. In fact, we are adding on our own chapters. The items for sale here are meant to be found, loved, incorporated into your kitchen or bedroom, brought inside for children to wonder at or put on your desk to inspire you. Each item at the Well-Cooked Life conveys its own message – history, whimsy, repurpose, inspiration. This site is about creating a home that is at once unique and welcoming, unusual and yet approachable for every day. What speaks to me are lovely pieces that make a room or a shelf, that call out be touched, or talked about with a friend. Objects we love that share the story they hold inside.

  • Joined October 30, 2011

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wood, enamel, cast iron, stoneware, ceramic, glass, canning jars, aluminum, metals with patina, chipped enamel, vintage industrial

About

Objects are entire novels. Each chair, plate, steel shelf, tells a story. When we are drawn to the green table with its chipped paint, or the smooth wooden spoon, we are exploring those stories. In fact, we are adding on our own chapters. The items for sale here are meant to be found, loved, incorporated into your kitchen or bedroom, brought inside for children to wonder at or put on your desk to inspire you. Each item at the Well-Cooked Life conveys its own message – history, whimsy, repurpose, inspiration. This site is about creating a home that is at once unique and welcoming, unusual and yet approachable for every day. What speaks to me are lovely pieces that make a room or a shelf, that call out be touched, or talked about with a friend. Objects we love that share the story they hold inside.

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