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Wooster & Prince Crest Inspiration

Wooster & Prince Crest Inspiration

This week at the National Stationery Show held in New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, we unveiled a new crest for Wooster & Prince to celebrate our 7th year in business and to debut our newest products which feature the crest as their label. Now, admittedly, seven years doesn’t seem like such a long […]


Honeysuckle Inspiration

Honeysuckle Inspiration

Sometimes there’s no need to look further than your garden for color combinations that truly inspire.  Leave it to nature to mix palettes up in interesting and unexpected ways.  Honeysuckle, for instance. The very audacity of combining pink and orange!  Aren’t those colors supposed to clash?  But seen in the context of the lovely flowering […]


New “Wing Tip” Keds

New “Wing Tip” Keds

It was really difficult to narrow down which patterns to use for our new line of sneakers for the Keds Designer Collective.  The vintage patterns looked so terrific on this retro shoe style, it was really tough to choose just a few.  One design in particular that was a lot of fun to play with […]


Open Studio Salon

Open Studio Salon

When I recently had the chance to take a new, larger studio space, I imagined using it from time to time to gather people from different fields and backgrounds to discuss interesting topics, much like the salons from the 17th century.  The tradition of gathering creative minds together for intellectual discussion has been done many […]


New Life for Old Lamps

New Life for Old Lamps

I confess to a certain lighting obsession … the type that includes hoarding lamps and chandeliers and sconces for purposes that aren’t always clear at the time of purchase.  Case in point:  For years, I’ve held onto a set of marble-based beauties that I’ve moved from apartment to house … from living room to bedroom […]


Drawing On Antique Asian Woodcarvings

Drawing On Antique Asian Woodcarvings

Antique woodcarvings have always been a fascination to me. The intricate bas relief designs, carved so delicately into rich dark woods are works of art that speak not only of the artist’s eye for beauty and balance but also patience and skill.

When I admire the woodcarvings I’ve collected, I marvel at the amount of time, toil and effort that has gone into each piece. Here and there in my home, I’ve displayed structural remnants from beds, wall panels, ceilings, cupboard doors … all perfect examples of the most mundane functions made fantastically beautiful.


Download Our Wooster & Prince Wallpaper

Download Our Wooster & Prince Wallpaper

Who doesn’t need a little creative color at their computer? We’ve put together this fun wallpaper from one of Wooster & Prince’s classic and most popular design themes. We’ve also included a handy calendar for the months of February thru June 2010.