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Farm House Pottery: The New Vermont Aesthetic

Zoe and James ZilianFarmhouse Pottery founders Zoe and James Zilian are shaping the new Vermont aesthetic.

While our little state has long inspired innovative makers with its beauty and authenticity, we’ve been delighted to see artists like Zoe and James elevating traditional forms with new life and energy.  Farmhouse Pottery is not merely pretty – it unites beauty and purpose with heirloom-quality vessels that are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the hand – and we’re not the only ones who think so.  James and Zoe’s work has been lauded in Martha Stewart Living, Boston Magazine, Apartment Therapy, and Design Sponge and is the subject of an upcoming feature in Yankee Magazine.  In addition to pottery, the duo curates a collection of locally sourced goods that reflect the enduring quality and simplicity of their “modern farm aesthetic.” You can visit Farmhouse Pottery’s gift store and workshop on your next visit to Vermont; they’re located at 1837 West Woodstock Road (Route 4) in Woodstock.

Thanks to Zoe and James for kindly letting us use these gorgeous images from their website. You can also get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their picturesque Vermont life on Instagram.

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