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In Good Company | Christie's NY

Known for their distinctive candle designs, upstate NY company, Greentree Home was recently featured on the front cover of Christie's auction titled "The Collector". The twig tapers in antique - a rich muted olive green stand tall in ornate brass holders. The wallpaper, by Maison Pierre Frey, adds to the rich composition.

The Decorative Arts sale included many beautiful designs. An Easter Table setting was paired with high-end Bucelatti silver, 19th century Venetian glass stemware and Royal Copenhagen 'Flora Danica' serving pieces. Design and decor icon, Eddie Ross worked with Christie's Interiors to create many of the breathtaking vignettes and table settings.  

Christies and Greentree Home Candle


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The NY Times Spotlights Makers In Delaware County

Written by Mimi Vu, Making it. A Guide to Delaware County's Thriving Craft Culture captures the spirit of the craft community in the western foothills of the Catskills. We are honored to be included in this group of talented makers.


Photos: Natalie Chitwood
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Indi Moonrose reviews Greentree Home Candle

Today we are pleased to share an enchanting story about our company, by Bri Tejeda, founder and curator of the blog Indi Moonrose. With a team of creatives, the blog celebrates individuality, community and communication. 

From Indi Moonrose: In our Blog you will find an array of individual contributors who are helping us explore the diversity in the word "Lifestyle". We work closely with the authors who are gracious enough to share their own experiences and bits of their life with you.  From Creatives to purveyors in the art of slow living, we value the importance of including many perspectives on what it is to live well, and with intention - and we believe that this is what sets Indi Moonrose apart. Follow along to Celebrate the beauty in individuality, and to learn something new!
"Sharing bits of your life is kind of like an act of love to a perfect stranger, maybe helping them feel fuller, more understood or opening them up to something they didn't know they could understand. Broadening the  horizons beyond whats immediately in front of you. "

   - Bri Tejeda
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