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Hi.

Here’s to everyday adventures! I love to share the New England experience from road trips to seasonal delights. Enjoy! --Kristy

Mystic Knotwork

Mystic Knotwork

This spring, I had the chance to visit Mystic Knotwork and check out their shop in Mystic, Connecticut. I love to find chic ways to add nautical decor to our home and their handmade wares are the perfect touch.

When I heard their story, I loved the brand even more. Mystic Knotwork began in 1932 with the grandfather, Alton Beaudoin. The family has carried on the tradition all these years making these woven knots into home decor, fashion accessories, and wedding favors. Since 1957, they’ve been making their famous knots with American cotton. They’re American made and right here in Connecticut.

I recently added some of their pieces to my home. There is a fine line between looking too tied to a theme and having it work seamlessly into your decor. I think these pieces work well with our interiors and they add a little nautical whimsy.

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We have been using these knot coasters all over our house lately. They work so well on summer nights when you might get some condensation on your glass. I don’t have to worry about rings on our surfaces at all. They hold up really well too. We’ve been using them consistently for months and they look brand new.

Also, I love the wine stoppers and bracelets. I plan on gifting some to our family this holiday season. My sons have claimed a couple of bracelets for themselves too. Great summer wear!

Be sure to check Mystic Knotwork if you visit downtown Mystic. Also, you can shop online at www.mysticknotwork.com.

(Bracelets, wine stoppers, and coasters c/o Mystic Knotwork.)

Until next time,

Kristy

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