Switch Up – Kitchenware, Dinnerware and Rug Exchange

Switch Up – Kitchenware, Dinnerware and Rug Exchange

Now through October 6th participate in Switch Up and exchange your kitchenware, dinnerware and rugs to help someone in need! Didriks, Local Root and Gregorians have teamed up with local non-profit Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts, Inc.  Customers can trade in used dinnerware, kitchenware and rugs for 15% off corresponding items at Didriks, Local Root and Gregorians. This promotion is in-store only. Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts, Inc. is a Cambridge based nonprofit that was founded in 2012 to help Boston area families transitioning out of homelessness. They partner with local agencies who work with homeless families to identify those who have little or no resources and help them to create a home as they move into stable housing. They provide furniture, home goods, and moving services to these families. To date, Furnishing Hope has provided home essentials to over a hundred Boston area families. Visit the Mill at Newton Lower Falls to learn more about Switch Up. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...
NEW! Tabletops featuring Adriance Furniture and Didriks

NEW! Tabletops featuring Adriance Furniture and Didriks

It is always great to see the collaborations that occur between the stores here at the Mill at Newton Lower Falls. Between us we have everything needed to create the perfect home environment for the design conscious! The Dovetail and Adriance Furnituremaker’s tabletops at Gregorians are set with dinnerware and accessories from Didriks for a comprehensive look. Jars This elegant blue setting sits on a Cherrywood Trestle table handmade by Adriance Furniture Makers in Massachusetts. The table is set with Jars ceramic dinnerware in Ecorce and Indigo. It also features La Rochere glassware and Sabre  flatware. The magnificent rug beneath is an antique Bidgar, made in the 1930’s and is nicknamed “Cast Iron Rug of the East”. Royal Copenhagen The clean simplicity of the Royal Copenhagen White Elements dinnerware  pairs well with Garnier-Thiebaut’s Isaphire Platine table linens. This setting complements the elegant Tiger Maple extending table in Amber as well as the American Sarouk rug underneath. This rug, woven in the 1920s, has a beautifully elaborate floral design combing subtle hues of antique rose, sage and navy. Pillivuyt The charming bistro aesthetic in this setting showcases Pillivuyt’s Brasserie collection, along with Simon Pearce glassware and Chilewich placemats featured on a luminous aged cherrywood table. Below the table is a new Bidgar rug. This stunning piece inspired by rugs from the 19th century uses natural dyes and hand spun wools. iittala This colorful setting displays the whimsical Taika dinnerware collection in white by Finnish brand iittala. It sits atop a Tiger Maple trestle table in Amber and the same American Sarouk mentioned above. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on...
French Coupe Dinnerware by Jars Ceramics

French Coupe Dinnerware by Jars Ceramics

The French dinnerware brand Jars Ceramics is best known for their extraordinary ceramic glazes with several collections in stunning colors and finishes. Here we are featuring the Tourron coupe dinnerware collection which is one of the most popular and is available in 7 stunning colors: Avocado, Cherry, Eggplant/White, Jade, Orange, Quartz and Samoa. We will follow up with more from Jars Ceramics in the coming weeks. Jade Avocado Eggplant/White Orange Cherry Samoa Quartz Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...
SwitchUp – Dinnerware and Kitchen Supplies

SwitchUp – Dinnerware and Kitchen Supplies

During the month of September, you can bring in your old dinnerware and cookware to Didriks and Local Root in exchange for 15% off new corresponding dinnerware and kitchen items. Sample: Bring in 8 dinner plates and receive 15% off on 8 new dinner plates. Same goes for flatware, pots and pans, and other kitchen utensils. The collected items will be donated to Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts, Inc.  More information about the dinnerware and kitchenware SwitchUp campaign can be found at www.didriks.com/switchup     Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...
Scandinavian Dinnerware and Home Accents from Finnish Design Brand iittala

Scandinavian Dinnerware and Home Accents from Finnish Design Brand iittala

If you live in the Newton area or if you are traveling from out of town, it is worth paying a visit to the iittala shop at Didriks. This iittala “shop in shop” is the first of it’s kind in the USA and nearly the entire iittala dinnerware, glassware and home furnishings collection is on display and in stock. The timeless collections in the iittala range include designs from Aalvar Aalto, Renzo Piano, Oiva Toika, Aino Aalto, and Antonio Citerio to name a few. You can see a full list of iittala designers here. Iittala was established in Finland in 1881 and has since become a staple in the Scandinavian home. Some of the classic designs that can be found throughout Scandinavia and around the world include the Aalto Vase, Teema Dinnerware, Kartio and Aino Aalto colored glassware, Aarne and Tapio barware, cast iron pot, and the beloved Toika glass birds. Some of the newer collections include the Taika and Sarjaton dinnerware, and Lempi and Marc Newson glassware. Many of the collections have evolved over the years, especially in regards to the colors that are offered, but throughout the years iittala has remained true to their designs, core values and their Scandinavian heritage. We invite you to visit The Mill at Newton Lower Falls to explore this collection of dinnerware and home decor products at Didriks first hand. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...
Summer Color Inspirations for the Indoor and Outdoor Table

Summer Color Inspirations for the Indoor and Outdoor Table

The summer season is a great time to experiment with colors and bring your table to life. Think berries, fruit, flowers, and combine them with vibrant tabletop accessories like placemats, table linens, dinnerware and flatware. Summer table photo inspirations: Red, white, blue and more featuring Chilewich placemats, iittala and Arabia dinnerware and Libeco Home linen napkins.   This table features stunning steel blue flatware from Sabre Paris and the Kartio tumbler from iittala, and a stunning flower arrangement.   This seasonal table has an earthy base, which comes to life with colorful napkins and a beautiful reflection in the Simon Pearce Woodbury glassware, and of course, more flowers.   Layered blues are shown off on rustic country table. The colors set the stage for striking white Pillivuyt dinner plate, and the Lattice placemat from Chilewich adds a bit of sparkle to the table while grounded by the more natural tones of the Napoli Vintage napkin below.   The Teema dinnerware from iittala comes in a variety of solid colors. Shown here, the celadon green dinnerware with a light blue napkin is a softer look.   Last but not least, this table features the Jars Ceramics Plume collection with Sabre Natura flatware and Chilewich Mini Basketweave teal table runner. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...