Keep it local

 

Just in case you missed my Monacelli Press Instagram takeover (@monacellipress), I will be posting twenty tips about ways to live creatively with heirlooms and antiques.

 

Tip 8: Keep it local

 

 

 

 

Fashion executives Charles Keller and Glenn Purcell furnished their 1898 cedar-shake cottage in East Hampton with heirlooms of place—objects fabricated in the area or once owned by local families. Here, surrounding a well-provisioned cheeseboard, blue Venetian glass inherited by Keller complements silver spoons by East Hampton silversmith David Hedges, arranged in a crystal salt dish. #setthetable #pastpresent

 

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