By Shani Silver

Published on October 13, 2015

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City dwellers don’t take much convincing when it comes to a quick weekend upstate. But when Field + Supply boasts an impressive exhibitor list, charming surroundings, and abundant sunshine, there’s no way we’d stay in New York. Members of the domino team traveled to what was nothing short of a wooded wonderland for inspiration and some homeware eye candy.

We gave you a heads up about Field + Supply last week, it’s a maker’s fair showing off beautifully handcrafted designs for the home, all against the backdrop of High Falls, NY. The entire area is enveloped (hugged, really) in the most stunning of fall trees and colors, and the pace of upstate life is a comparably quiet, mellow one to a more metropolitan existence. A weekend there felt like a month, and truly we could have spent that much time poring over gorgeous, handmade, personal wares.

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And North

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Fayce Textiles

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Blooms adorning an exhibitor’s table.

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Haand Ceramics

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…Brooklyn keeping close by.

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Officially fall.

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A brief beverage break.

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No shortage of character here.

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Kinder Modern

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Knotwork LA

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Kingston Wine Company

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Outdated

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The Commons

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Wud

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The Commons

For more info on Field + Supply, check out their website, and save room in next year’s calendar for a trip to upstate NY.

EXHIBITORS PICTURED:
Fayce Textiles
Brooklyn Oyster Party
Knotwork LA
The-Commons
And North
Haand Ceramics
Kinder Modern
outdated: an antique cafe
Wud