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CHESTERCOUNTY-LIFE.COM MarchApril 2016 19 which glow from within are accented by metal guardian angels wildflowers crosses or bleeding hearts. Pottery punctuates UpHome with dis- tinction. Ceramics from Jersey Pottery pop with color and whimsy. Red bowls dotted in white or hosted by perky chickens are fun to collect. Helene Paris another collectors choice is a French potter known for capti- vating table accessories such as salad forks and spoons. Gien porcelain and bone china dinner- ware summon visions of elegant teas and sophisticated suppers on the veranda. Made of fine faience earthenware products are warm with subtle floral patterns or timeless in white. Serve those teas and suppers indoors or out on Garnier-Thiebaut French lin- ens. Select from an array of luscious tones and prints. New from the company are Green Sweet cotton tablecloths. The fine table linens are made with the companys unique Green Sweet stain-resistant tech- nology to protect the cotton from most stains and are available in a range of styles and rich colors. A must-see on this tour are hand-turned wooden bowls from Spencer Peterman. The craftsman takes long walks through Massa- chusetts forests searching for fallen trees to cut carve sand and finish as round or oval bowls serving trays and cutting boards. Woods are maple cherry and black walnut. Now close your eyes for just a second and think about the most gorgeous flow- ers you have ever seen. When you visit Up- Home in person you will find the blossoms in vases and topiaries. All arrangements are hand-assembled by New Growth Designs artisans. Truly you must touch a petal to be certain it isnt real. To give outdoor plantings that are real some new friends this year Linda has a me- nagerie of animals to live in your garden. Shes also ready for upcoming months with myriad throws whisper-soft Turkish tow- els and of course Dash Albert interior and exterior woven rugs and Pine Cone Hill linens. Spring photos and friendly notes will stand out when framed or written on prod- ucts from Bens Garden. His witty sayings are great conversation openers. And so is any item from UpHome. The store is in full bloom. Stop by for a live tour and pick up a blossom or two. CCL UpHome 233 E. King St. Ste. 105 Malvern PA 19355 484.318.7109 UpHomeLTD.com I always make a point to come to UpHome when I do Malvern trips. I love the French flavor and quality of the store. Its filled with numerous hard-to-find items. I used to produce the Epicurious cooking TV show and I recognize Lindas products from Provence. EILEEN DOLENTE UPHOME CLIENT