Home and Table Magazine Spring2017 - Page 8

/ table.of.contents 20 14 A modern, minimalist retreat deep in the woods. As deep as you can get anymore, at least The bright, personal flower arrangements are steal- ing the attention, but there’s more to love about Petunia Bergamot The Lack Thereof It’s Always Sunny in Lambertville A Home at the End of the World 28 Ilsa Loves Rick is jewelry completely void of eccen- tricity and, for that matter, jewels 16 30 Across town, innovative design and old-world craftsmanship intersect at the new Preservation Fine Goods This is not a DIY project. And, fair warning, it won’t be cheap Preserve the Present How to: Repair Glass 35 Beets, 3 Ways Proof positive that there’s life in root veggies, after all. Plus, your gateway to sparkling wine 8 homeandtablemagazine.com | SPRING 2017 40 Palatable and Practical For all its ease, you’re still resisting bulk cooking. We can help with that 42 Rooted For their first cookbook, a Lambertville, NJ, couples picks a subject that’s as grounded as they are 48 Breaking the Cycle A small, volunteer-manned farm in Bethlehem is changing the way we handle hunger 52 Upgrade Your Sleep Now Forget thread count. A new, Yardley-based bedding line is focused on the stuff that actually matters 10 Publisher’s Letter