Since 1996, St. John’s Bridge has dedicated itself to the art and craftsmanship of creating high-quality, 100% custom woodworking. For owner Greg St. John, the company bridges a background in art, design, painting, and printmaking with nearly three decades in cabinetry and furniture building.
GEORGE HOME opened in 2017 by Bruce Glickman and Wilson Henley of Duane in Manhattan and Betsey Nestler, a local dealer and style maker. GEORGE features a curated global mix of mid-century modern, antique and contemporary furniture, as well as objects, art, accessories, lighting, and a wide range of unique tabletop accessories.
Additionally, The Design Studio at GEORGE offers full interior design and staging services.
Bold colors and graphic patterns are the stars here in this beautiful bright boutique. From understated furniture to hand painted accessories, photography books, and jewelry. Plenty to take in for a breath of fresh air. Owner Cara Hotchkiss designs the clothes and jewelry and carefully cultivates the interior offerings.
This huge store specializes in classical antiques, bold custom furniture, and industrial-inspired furniture. Natalie and Greg Randall opened RT Facts in the old Town Hall of Kent, CT in 1992. Since then they’ve been a hidden secret for designers and decorators alike.
22 South Main Street & 8 Old Barns Road in Kent Barns 860-927-1700 rtfacts.com Instagram: @rtfacts
For more than 25 years, R Derwin Clothiers has been one of the most stylish shopping destinations in Litchfield County. Derwin’s defines a chic, timeless look that blends country and city sophistication, specializing in the finest Scottish and Italian cashmere. Offering a men’s and women’s section that includes European sportswear and a broad selection of American-made clothing and accessories. The service is exceptional and the setting is friendly and relaxed.