Handcrafted by Farmhouse. Designed by Studio McGee
01/23 Uncategorized

Handcrafted by Farmhouse. Designed by Studio McGee

Today’s product launch takes us back to Vermont, with more creations from Farmhouse Pottery!

Do you remember our collaboration with Farmhouse Pottery? The result was the beautiful Miller Laurel Crock. We made a beautiful webisode and took a tour through their amazing studio in Vermont. With a mutual love for neutrals and beautiful utilitarian pieces, we can’t think of a more fitting collaboration. Each product in this collection comes from Farmhouse Pottery, and four pieces were designed by us, and are exclusive to McGee & Co.!

Studio McGee x Farmhouse Pottery

Each design takes anywhere from three to four weeks to create. Old World pottery requires skillful artists. Every piece in the studio is touched around twenty five times from cutting and weighing the clay to throwing, trimming, glazing and more. It's so much more than creating just a look. It's investing into an heirloom quality piece, knowing who made it, where it came from and adding these thoughtful items to your home and what better place to start than in the kitchen?


The salt cellar is our first exclusive piece. There is nothing more convenient than having a salt seller on display next to the stove all the time to store coarse salt. We really wanted to design a piece that felt special, and not like the other options out there. The bottom is unglazed and hand stamped. Don’t miss the wood lid complete with a leather looped detail.


We wanted to design something that had some blue in it. You can use this spoon rest every single day. It’s both a charming kitchen accent and stove-side staple together with its organic blue glazed rim and natural detailing.


Your oil bottle doesn’t have to clash in the kitchen, as you can refill this classically formed oil bottle again and again! Keep the Mansfield Oil Bottle near the stove or on the kitchen table for easy to grab function and an added organic feel to your space.

We love to include ceramic berry baskets in our kitchens. Not only are they darling, but convenient! Whether holding berries left out on the kitchen table or inside the fridge, this piece of durable American stoneware brings an authentic, organic touch to your home.  






Working with Farmhouse Pottery, our Hanover Pot is a McGee & Co. exclusive. It’s reminiscent of our Miller Laurel Crock and has a spin on the classic pot shape. The larger size has a rustic unglazed bottom and the smaller size is fully glazed. Pair them together for a beautiful display, or use alone. Each is finished with the classic laurel wreath imprint.

The Tan Stripe Pitcher has a traditional form made of durable American stoneware, wheel thrown by master potters in Vermont. Artists hand-paint its decorative white bands, and as a final step, imprint the piece with Farmhouse Pottery’s signature laurel wreath. We see it filled with fresh flowers, or adding a classic touch to your table while helping serve.





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  1. Are you able to provide the source of the exposed wood shelving in the kitchen? It doesn’t have to be this kitchen specifically but any source from any of the projects Studio Mcgee has completed. Thanks.

  2. Can you please provide the dimensions for the small and large Hanover Pots? The dimensions are blank for these products on McGee & Co. Thank you!

    1. It’s fixed! But here they are 🙂 Thanks for catching that! 4.75" H x 5" Dia. – Small
      7" Dia. x 6.5" H – Large

  3. This is lovely. We used to live in Woodstock and I’ve enjoyed returning and visiting Farmhouse Pottery. I’m so happy that you’ve teamed up w/them. This model kitchen is lovely too. Where might I find additional images? I’m trying to figure out what the flooring is! I love it and would like to do this in our upcoming renovation. Thank you!

    1. Hi Anastasia! You’re so sweet. Isn’t is beautiful? It was actually designed by Ashley of Tinge Floral. You can follow her on instagram and see is she posts anything! @tingefloral!

  4. Hi, It looks like the countertops may be quartz. Could you please provide the color and/or type used here? The soft white and pale grey flecks give a watercolor feeling that contribute to the dreamy color pallete of this kitchen. Much appreciated! Also, love the new pottery pieces! Will be making room for them. Thanks again

    1. Thanks so much wilma! We’re actually not sure about that information because this kitchen was designed by @tingefloral!

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