Founded in 2003, fort & field grew out of a lifelong love for home and garden... "fort" for home and "field" for garden.
fort & field is simple and utilitarian, vintage inspired with a modern flair, beautiful yet practical.
An assortment of items picked up on our travels near and far - woven baskets, wheel thrown pottery, kilim pillows, unique serveware, and paintings to name a few. Some are antique or vintage. Others are one of a kind art pieces. Both of which make the hunt the fun of it! And, none will stick around long!
new on the blog...artist prudence Oliveri's australian home
Artist, Prudence Oliveri, purchased the home she grew up in when she was three and re-imagined it into a cool and comfortable blend of vintage and modern. Found tiles from Gather Co pair with vintage velvet and cognac leather low seating and stacked concrete lamps. The kitchen doesn't take itself too seriously with subway tiles in a shiny pale blue glaze. And, whimsical elements like a carved wood statue and mega oversized planters add playfulness.
new on the blog...an understated new zealand home
Understated, but special might be more accurate. The home of Bec Dowie, one half of furniture and lighting design company Douglas and Bec, a collaboration between Bec (a designer with a fine arts background) and her father Douglas (a furniture designer) is almost entirely furnished by their wares.