Mainly Baskets, Sarah Bartholomew to Debut Cape Collection at Atlanta Market

Mainly Baskets has teamed up with designer Sarah Bartholomew for an extensive wicker home furnishings collection. 

07/28/2020
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The Cape Collection for Mainly Baskets from Sarah Bartholomew will debut at Atlanta Market

Mainly Baskets Home, has partnered with interior designer Sarah Bartholomew to launch a collection of home furnishings, set to debut at next month’s Atlanta Market. The Cape Collection by Sarah Bartholomew for Mainly Baskets Home will offer classic, thoughtfully designed pieces, from dining tables and chairs to bottle lamps and planters. 

“The Cape Collection is inspired by coastal towns in the Northeast. Each product would fit magnificently in a summer home on Cape Cod... but if you're like me and live somewhere that's a little more landlocked, this collection can help bring the feeling of breezy, easy summers in the Northeast home to you. 

“Two of my design icons, Hubert Givenchy and Marella Agnelli, both had a love of wicker, and initially, the inspiration for the collection was influenced by the classic vintage pieces I have long loved. Tear sheets from Givenchy’s Vaulted Atelier at Le Jonchet, the Pool House at Le Clos Fiorentina, as well as Marella Agnelli’s many rooms filled with wonderful wicker silhouettes, have been front and center on my inspiration board for years.

“The braid motif that runs through the collection was inspired by those iconic rooms, as well as a beautiful vintage collection of wicker chairs and sofas owned by one of my best friends that I have long admired.”

The Cape Collection by Sarah Bartholomew for Mainly Baskets Home includes more than 15 pieces of furniture and home accessories. Each piece in the collection is a seamless blend of Bartholomew’s classic, signature style and Mainly Baskets Home’s beloved take on hand-woven furniture. The Cape Collection features classic dining chairs with and without arms, a dining table, a vintage-woven chair, lounge chairs, a lounge sofa, a chaise, an hourglass side table, rectangular and round coffee tables, round and square ottomans, a foot stool, two lamp styles and more. 

“Sarah Bartholomew has been a longtime design client of Mainly Baskets Home, and I strongly admire her style and work,” says Robyn Bailey, Owner of Mainly Baskets Home. “I am so excited for us to join forces in a larger capacity to introduce a product line that is timeless and representative of both of our styles.”

Established in 2010, Sarah Bartholomew is a Nashville-based interior designer who has completed projects across the United States. Sarah has been nationally recognized for her signature, fresh take on classic sensibility. Known for interiors that balance beauty and function, layer color and pattern and embrace both elegance and practicality, Bartholomew creates timeless, livable spaces to call home. As an extension of her design firm, Sarah also has a brick-and-mortar store in Nashville, S.B., that offers an array of furnishings for the home, including accessories, antiques, art, upholstery, and textiles.

Mainly Baskets Home was founded in 1977 by interior designer and antique dealer Thomas Hayes to serve as a way to design and import handmade, unique baskets for the design community in Atlanta. In 2006, the company was acquired by Charles and Robyn Bailey. Now led by Robyn and an all-female team, Mainly Baskets Home has expanded from only baskets to include an array of hand-woven pieces for the home that are composed of sustainably harvested raw materials. The pieces, which include furniture, baskets, lighting, and more,  integrate a mixed media of textures and materials, such as rattan, wood, metal, iron, bang Kwang, and more, and are able to be fully-customized through sizes, colors, and fabrics to meet any client’s needs. 

Cape Collection by Sarah Bartholomew for Mainly Baskets Home will be available at the Mainly Baskets Home showroom – AmericasMart Building One – 15 - E5.


 

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