• Top 5 Gifts for the Host

    Summer is in full swing which means al fresco dinner with friends, neighborhood barbecues, and cocktail parties on the deck. With each of these lovely events, one thing is certain, we want to thank the host with a gift we know they'll love. So how do you continue to find unique ways to say thank you? We're making the decision easier by sharing our top 5 picks of gifts for the host.
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  • Take a 3D Tour of Nantucket Looms

    We may be 30 miles out to sea, but that distance will no longer keep you from visiting Nantucket Looms! With our new online 3D tour of our retail shop and weaving studio at 51 Main St, you can take a tour wherever you are.
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  • The Shack

    The beginning of every season on Nantucket brings change - new restaurants, new shops, and new homes. This is why revisiting the places that are sentimental and nostalgic to us is so important. And there is no place more cherished to the Looms family than 40 Madequecham, otherwise known as “The Shack” - a former bathing house built in the late 1900's. For 30 years, “The Shack” belonged to Nantucket Looms founders, Bill Euler and Andy Oates. With its breathtaking view of the South Shore and rooms filled with eclectic artwork, handmade textiles, and antiques, "The Shack” was the definition of Bill and Andy's simple, yet elegant style - a style that later became recognized as 'Nantucket Cottage Style'. It was the essence of‘a life well lived' and became the foundation of Nantucket Looms design. 
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  • Figawi Artist Feature: Eric Holch

    Nantucket’s storied maritime history dates back to the 17th and 18th century when the island was the whaling capital of the world. Over 15 to 20 whale ships, along with dozens of smaller vessels, could be seen in Nantucket harbor during this time. Today, whaling ships have been replaced with mega yachts, elegant schooners and the colorful rainbow sails of the beetle cats. To find out a little more about Nantucket's modern day sailing we spoke with a longtime Looms artist and avid sailor, Eric Holch.
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