Love & the Art ofLiving Well
For traditional settings to opulent interiors, wooden pieces are naturally grounding and feel right at home amongst busy patterns and motifs. A table setting with artisanal, hand-turned chargers and serving pieces is rich in texture and replete with old-world romance.
In love with summer but ready to fall? We’re delightfully dancing between both seasons in a celebration of laid-back summer style with the tones and textures of autumn to strike the perfect balance for this beautiful, “in-between” time of year.
Many blissful family excursions traipsing through the English countryside led to this rustically romantic collection, where we discovered that if there is anything that the Brits treasure as much as their tea, it is their majestic English Oaks.
At Juliska, we love a grand occasion, an over-the-top party, a fabulous fete! However, we can’t have a sumptuously set table beneath the stars awash with glowing candlelight and champagne bubbles every day.
Perhaps we’re getting ahead of ourselves, but we cannot resist looking forward to the delicious arrival of fall! A little like eating dessert first (guilty!) we’re serving up a taste of what is inspiring our approach to autumn, from vineyard lunches to woodland walks:
Whether jaunting off to the farmer’s market, foraging in nature or tiptoeing through the tulips of your own garden, the right vessel takes your floral arranging powers to dazzling new heights.
Blue and white always feels right! From casual to formal, from home accents to fashion – there is an indisputable ease and chicness to blue and white that transcends trends.
You may have wondered, what exactly is Bohemian Glass? The story begins hundreds of years ago in the hillside villages just outside of Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, which was once called the Kingdom of Bohemia (hence the name). Artisans from various regions, including what would become Germany and Venice, shared their various tools and techniques with each other, culminating in a unique aesthetic that became known as Bohemian Glass.