We all know how easily the rigors of daily life can overshadow simple pleasures. Sometimes all it takes is a special gift on a momentous occasion to help us reconnect with what matters most.

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In 2017, we began to fully settle into our life on the Northern Oregon Coast. We established relationships with our neighbors. We explored our rich region. We leaned on each other. We persisted, in what turned out to be a very difficult year. Continue reading

It’s amazing what difference a little scrap leather can make. Read about how our leather scraps are healing veterans.

Here at Walnut Studiolo, we are dedicated to lasting quality – which can only come from a thoughtful hands-on process. Here’s why it matters.

Looking for a different party theme for this year? The holidays are a lovely time of year to enjoy food and drink with friends – and warming, relaxing whisky is our seasonal favorite theme (and the reason why we designed a Leather Whiskey Case!)

Here is a primer for you to plan your own Holiday Whisky Pairing party, complete with food pairing advice, inexpensive decoration ideas, and a suggested menu.  You don’t have to be a Scotch expert to plan a delightful evening. We’ll show you how.  Continue reading

Our Leather Drawer Pulls add the perfect finishing touch to this mountain living interior design overhaul.

Interior designer Amy Kalikow is always on the hunt for chic, creative and architecturally designed pieces. Which is why she loves her Walnut Studiolo Leather and Wood Drawer Pulls.

Our Leather Drawer Pulls added the perfect finishing touch to this Airstream trailer restoration project.

Respecting the land is a core tenant of Walnut Studiolo. That’s why we are so proud to live in a region where the natural environment seeps into everything we do: our back yard is a forest and the powerful ocean is nearby. Continue reading

A few years ago, amidst the chaos of grad school, Eric Baird picked up a vintage motorbike that wasn’t in great shape. It had a seized piston and a torn seat, but drawing from his upbringing working on small mechanical projects, Eric says he was instantly hooked on motorcycle restoration.

The next project, however, was much more involved, and Walnut came along for the ride. Continue reading