Faribault Woolen Mill

On the banks of the Cannon River in Faribault, MN, the Faribault Woolen Mill is a living testament to American craftsmanship. Founded in 1865 , the year Lincoln died and the Civil War ended, Faribault woolens are renowned for their comfort and quality. From providing woolen blankets for pioneers heading west to comforting our troops through two world wars, our woolens are woven into American history. Today, the nearly 150-year-old story is still being woven. The Faribault Woolen Mill endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. Here, fifth generation craftspeople take raw wool and create blankets, throws, scarves and accessories of remarkable comfort and quality. Irreplaceable century-old machinery stands side by side with modern technology in our “new” mill, which was built in 1892.  Stop in our store and feel the warmth and craftsmanship these of these...
Staff Favs

Staff Favs

  Every month we will share our favorite products with you. These are products that we personally own and Love!  Marcy’s Fav: Spartina 449 “My favorite product is any thing from Spartina 449. What I like best is the durability. Over the years I have purchased several pieces including purses, wallets, and tote bags. The tote bag goes with me to work everyday. It’s tossed in my car, on the floor, on the ground and back home. I fill it with paperwork, iPad, lunch, extra shoes, snacks and a spare sweater. Sometimes I think it weighs more than I do, but it still looks like new because the lined is treated with a water and stain resistant coating. The straps are made out of real leather and the bigger bags come with these little mermaid feet on the bottom so it actually never touches the ground. My teenage daughters even like the wallets and wristlets. And Spartina even has the cutest jewelry. (Don’t even get me started on that.)” Liz’s Fav: Indoor/Outdoor Rugs from Dash & Albert “I LOVE my rug! I can’t believe how easy it is to wash. We have had food dropped on it, red wine spilled, muddy paw prints tracked on it and after all this there is not a single stain on it! It is so easy to clean and worth every penny. I recommend these rugs to everybody. We plan on buying another one to put by our patio door.” Rugs come in many patterns and various sizes Prices range from $46.00 – $1324.00 Visit us to see the full line of Dash...
Gift Guide: 12 Great Gifts at Door County Nature Works

Gift Guide: 12 Great Gifts at Door County Nature Works

    Monday, December 5, take 40% off all Mer Sea! Tuesday, December 6, take 40% off all in-stock scarves! Wednesday, December 7, buy a Nora Fleming dish or platter and get a free mini! Thursday, December 8, anything with a snowman is 30% off!  Friday, December 9, all Nest Fragrances are 30% off! Saturday, December 10, take 30% off Mariposa! Sunday, December 11, we’re featuring Lampe Berger, take 40% off Lamps & 20% off the fragrance! Monday, December 12, all Ornaments are 40% 0ff!   Stay tuned with our daily update to our gift...
Tablecloth Size Guide

Tablecloth Size Guide

Finding the right size tablecloth can be overwhelming so here are some general tips to help you find the right size for your table.  For formal dining we suggest a tablecloth that hangs 8″ to 12″ on all sides. For a more dramatic look try a tablecloth that hangs 30″ on all sides. This will create a puddle effect and is great for lavish celebrations. To determine the size you need, measure the length and width (or diameter if you have a round table) and add twice the desired drop to each figure.        **Don’t forget about table leaves if you have them.** Below is a chart to help you with finding the right size tablecloth for you....
Spring Cleaning Sale…Continued

Spring Cleaning Sale…Continued

For those of you who couldn’t make it to our Spring Cleaning Sale, you are in luck! We are continuing our sale online. If you are interested in any of the pieces below, email us at shop@dcnw.biz, or call Polly or Marcy at 920-868-2651, and let us know the number that is in the top left corner of the photo....
13 Things To Know About Juliska Tableware

13 Things To Know About Juliska Tableware

   Some of the best memories are made when family and friends are gathered around a table. It’s a tradition that dates back thousands of years and one that helps us remember to appreciate and enjoy some of the things that make life beautiful: family, friends, & food (and wine)! The phrase, “L’ Amour et Savoir Vivre” which translates into “Love & the art of knowing how to live well” is the mantra used by Juliska’s founders, David & Capucine Gooding, to describe their company. Here are 13 things about Juliska that you might not have known. Juliska was founded in 2001 by an (English) husband & (French) wife team: Capucine and David Gooding. The Goodings were inspired by 40 Bohemian glasses from 17th century Europe they found in Paris. The company started with a line of mouth-blown glass drinking vessels from the Czech Republic. Over 85% of Juliska’s designs are produced in Northern Portugal, or around the city of Prague in the Czech Republic. Juliska is passionately “design-led” and launches over 150 new and unique products every year. Juliska’s stoneware is guaranteed to withstand the thermal shock of being transferred from freezer straight to a 500 degree oven – it’s tough! They have a full time ceramic technology & modelling team in Portugal making their original designs. The name “Juliska” is of Hungarian origin. Juliska is an actual person the Gooding’s met during their travels throughout Europe, she is a woman of great style, taste and warmth; she is their muse. Their quality control personnel discards 15% – 20% of the production to maintain their high standards. All of Juliska’s glass drinkware is...