Olive Lane’s Fall Collection is here!
There is something magical about fall. A slower pace between the busyness of summer and the excitement of the holidays. Where you get to settle in, stay home, cook your favorite meals, host smaller get-togethers, bake with your kids, savor your family and slow down. When the air gets cooler, the days get shorter and you love on all the details of your home that make you feel warm and fuzzy. That fall feeling that defines home so well. That is the foundation of Olive Lane and I am so excited to share our fall collection with you that embodies all of these emotions!
As I’ve gotten older I’ve learned just how much I value the feeling of home and for different reasons. It serves as a place of rest, a place to gather, a place to nourish my children and where I feel my most comfortable. When I host people or even just feed my family, I want the pieces I use to cook and serve my food, to reflect that love and comfort.
Our fall collection is meant to serve you all the fall situations! Whether you’re hosting friends, baking for your family, prepping your favorite cozy soup, setting up an impromptu dinner party, or just having a glass of wine alone – all of these pieces are meant to bring joy to these perfect fall moments.
We have some amazing new brands on the site like Maison Balzac, Great Jones, Rigby and new pieces in from one of our favorites, Coton Colors. I am obsessed with our new colored glassware, dutch oven (available in 4 colors!0, pie plates and so much more. Everything just feels like fall and all the warm fuzzy vibes that accompany it!
shop our table: Blue Colored Wine Glasses, Amber Drinking Glasses, Yellow Coucou Jug, Olive Napkin Set, White Dinner Plates, White Salad Plates, Grande Pauline Candle Holder, Volute Green Candle Holder, Petite Pauline Candle Holder, Green Coucou Vase
Sweetie Pie Dish
Dutch Oven and White Bowls
You can browse the entire fall collection right here! I can’t wait to see all the gatherings you dream up with these beautiful pieces.
A huge huge thank you to Charlotte Zacharkiw for these photos.