Imagine a little studio tucked away in Gentle Gardens…where family, friends and neighbors come and experience quiet moments. Don’t you just love your house…it’s where we go to for laughter, rest, and warmth. Tom and I share our home with many…from Garden Parties to Scandinavian Smorgasbords to Ice Cream Socials…we open our home to friends, neighbors and ministry groups.  They wander in and out of our gardens where the birds and butterfly’s greet them…where the white squirrel lives.


We serve hords’oeuvres on an antiqued iron Napa Tray, Tuscan wine goblets and tumblers set beside a Party Bucket filled with favorite cooling beverages…leaving Tom and I free to guide our friends through the daisy’s and the many garden rooms. Tealight Garden Stakes add serenity to the garden paths and the Bradford Lattice Lanterns send glowing candlelight out into the evening hours. It’s a great time of laughter and fellowship.

Sandinavian kitchens are full of magical surprises…for one thing, they are red…the tables are swayback with the choices of dishes from Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland and Denmark.  The Hyacinth Collection of Mixing Bowls, Measuring Cups and prep bowls of heavy-duty stoneware are a must to mix the many braided breads, the famous torts and sandbakkelse that are offered with heavy cream and churned butter.  The Napa Cookbook Holder with twin weights keeps the recipe pages flat…trays of rosettes and platters of krumkake are a part of the offerings.

Willow House is a wonderful adventure…one that fits so well with our love of entertaining and being with people.   It is full of beautiful and appealing products that friends and neighbors enjoy…It give us the freedom to be involved with our grandkids and their dogs.  Here is Lucy and Kali plus Sugar Bear who thinks they are great fun for visits but no over-nights, please. smile. Whether you want to come see our Gentle Gardens, would like to host a party to get some of our lovely products at reduced prices…start a business with Willow House, order from our web site, or just want to check us out…you are welcome. Let’s share some time getting to know each other…you’ll be glad you did.


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