Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

What Did the Fork Say to the Spoon? Pass the Salt!

Forked Up Art started because some college kids couldn't find work due to the recession in 2010. They thought it would be funny to start selling little people made out of forks and spoons. Since that time, these same college kids have been devoted to bringing funny, functional, and totally unique flatware products to market.  All we know is they bring a lot to the table!

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Maternity Apparel That's Flirty and Fabulous!! Oh, and the Fabrics are Awesome Too...

"Does This Baby Make My Butt Look Big?"..."Waistlines Are Overrated"...expecting mamas can have fun with their curvy shape and feel both comfortable and fabulous too.  One-size-fits-most tank, tee, hoodie and legging provide something for every day of the week.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Chalkboard Paint in Colors You Won't Believe! Just Add Chalk!

Our favorite new find...Chalkboard Paint in colors that will make you swoon and add some real punch to your decor.  Available in 8 oz. containers (which cover 6 square feet with two coats) and quarts (which cover approximately 100 square feet) you can paint anything from a small storage container to an entire space in your home.  And yes, it also comes in black...

Thursday, March 8, 2012

HOMESTYLE Welcomes Local Artist Michael Caviasca to the Mix...

Our newest artist delivered several pieces today and they are beyond exciting...hand assembled, folded and sewn three dimensional wall sculpture made with recycled paper, artist's unique gel and photo transfer mediums.  Michael Caviasca, who currently resides in town and studies at RISD, holds a BFA in Visual Arts from Emerson College.  A strong sense of image and presentation, story telling and humor drives what he has entitled his GorgeousMistake series.  We invite you to come take a's amazing.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Help Us Help Hungry Rhode Islanders...

For the month of March Washington Trust is championing a food drive, collecting jars of peanut butter to donate to local Rhode Island Food Banks.  Did you know one jar of peanut butter makes 16 protein-packed sandwiches for a hungry family?  HOMESTYLE is proud to help in the effort as a collection/drop off point.  So please, bring a jar or two by and help us help our community.  Every jar makes a difference!