We may have been in Raleigh a month ago but we are still flying high from all of the fun we had celebrating the newest members of the The Well Collected Guide!
With the help of two incredibly talented designers (and TWCG members) Maggie Dillon and Kate Hutchinson, we dressed up the Merrimom-Wynne House in true Well + Wonder fashion! Artwork from Well + Wonder locals Nan Jones and Christy King filled the walls alongside two curated vignettes featuring furniture from Polished Picks and artwork from April Sanders, AK Hardeman, Nan Jones, and EMYO.
Designed by Kate.H.Designs | Artwork by Nan Jones and EMYO | Furniture by Polished Picks
"It was a privilege to have been a part of this event with so many talented people. The overwhelming sense of support from everyone who participated and came by was truly uplifting, especially after the year we have been through! More than anything, I realized how proud I am to be surrounded by strong, fellow female entrepreneurs and creatives. I think it's uniquely momentous that Well + Wonder makes a point to highlight and connect so many brilliant ladies and businesses through their platform. The event in Raleigh epitomized a sense of community that we should all experience as individuals in this close-knit industry!" - Kate Hutchison
Designed by Maggie Dillon Interiors | Artwork by April Sanders and AK Hardeman |
Furniture by Polished Picks (pictured below)
Artist Nan Jones with her artwork
Grace Robins, of Portraits Inc., supplied us with portrait samples, once again proving that a contemporary painting pairs oh so well with a traditional portrait.
"I Just LOVED being surrounded by the most incredibly talented artists, designers, jewelry designers and clothing experts." - Grace Robbins
Grace Robbins of Portraits, Inc.
Gabe Bratton of Gabrielle Jewelry
After every Well + Wonder and TWCG gathering our hearts are full and we walk away endlessly inspired. Eighteen months spent apart is too long, and we cherish the times we can spend together IN PERSON! As Emily and Connor said over and over again, we can't wait to make it back to Raleigh!
Photo credit: Petite Simone