Backwater Bay

Handmade Coastal Dinnerware

I grew up in Massachusetts, about 20 minutes from Cape Cod. My whole life seemed to revolve around the sea. The smell of the salt air, the sand in between my toes, the sound of the waves crashing on the beach, building sand castles, swimming in the sea, and getting an awesome golden tan in the summer.

Even though I live in Arizona now, the east coast…Massachusetts, will always be my home. I’ve brought some of it with me, sea shells I collected from Padanaram…my favorite place.


And starfishes and sea urchins from Florida.

I love coastal living! I plan on having a summer house back home, someday.

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Lake House

Handmade Dinnerware

A tribute to childhood memories of being at the lake with my family.

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Brooklawn Park

Handmade Dinnerware

A tribute to the park that was around the block from my house growing up. The place where I played on the swings, where I ice skated with my Dad and where I laid on the ground and watched the fireworks every year.

My Playground

Vintage Cottage

Handmade Dinnerware

I grew up in a house that was built in 1906. When my husband and I purchased our first home (built in 1912), it had all the original woodwork which was absolutely gorgeous. I love old woodwork and moldings. This design reminds me of home.

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Handmade Dinnerware

Linha is the Portuguese word for Line

I’ve had a difficult time naming these plates. This is the third name they’ve had, and it will definitely be the name that sticks! Other than the obvious…Line. It’s a tribute to my Portuguese Grandparents (all four of them) and my Portuguese Heritage.

It’s the perfect name


Handmade Plates

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