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By guruscottyFebruary 26, 2021No Comments



For an easy spring refresh, new bedding is one option. You’ll find these products in store now.

Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams The furniture and accessories store now offers a European line of bedding. Made in Portugal exclusively for MG+BW, the four different sets (throws, pillowcases, shams, sheets, duvets) feature high-thread-count cotton and come in several colors, a subtle Porto stripe and textures including waffle weaves and matelasse. Details include exposed buttons and contrasting stitching on select pieces. Find them online or at the MG+BW store.

The Shops at Clearfork, 5001 Ozona Blvd., Fort Worth, 682-312-6220, mgbw.com

Photo courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

Hale Mercantile Co. These linens are made in Europe by artisans using premium yarn, giving them extraordinary depth of color and softness. Find sheets, pillowcases and more in neutral colors such as Armee green, pictured here. Find them at Simple Things Furniture Company.

7401 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth, 817-332-1772, simplethingsfurniture.com

The pure linen Flocca shams feature raw edges. Photo by Meda Kessler


Custom-built display shelves hold extra inventory and Davis’ hand-thrown ceramics, from tableware to decorative items such as vases and pots. Custom arrangement by Moss Floral Design. Photo by Meda Kessler

Leaving her cozy retail spot on Fort Worth’s Magnolia Avenue was bittersweet for potter Kendall Davis, but her new studio is now mere steps away from her home. Actually, it’s downstairs, as Davis has turned part of her house into a showroom/work studio with space for an apprentice as well. She and her husband opened up the first-floor room’s ceiling to its original shiplap and wood beams and painted them white. Two large windows allow for lots of natural light. “Growing up, we lived over my mother’s boutique in Granbury, so it just feels right,” says Davis, who’s been making ceramics for about 18 years. Now, there’s more display room for Davis’ handcrafted tableware, serving pieces and decorative items such as vases and pots. (The custom-built shelves come from David Brown of BWC Furniture.) The showroom is open to the public noon to 4 p.m. the first Friday and Saturday of each month and by appointment. Davis also sells her wares once a month at The Clearfork Farmers Market in Fort Worth and is providing the new Hotel Drover with tableware, serving pieces and vases for its in-house restaurant.

1725 6th Ave., Fort Worth, 214-394-1653, kendalldavisclay.com; instagram.com/kendall_davis_clay