Category: Ideas

And the award for most beautiful word in the English language goes to…

Occasionally, to expand our horizons. we stray from the topics you might expect of Garnet Hill. This article on language was written by Jeff Sawyer, Managing Editor Recently the British Council […]


How to choose a pillow that’s best for you & when should you change your pillow

How do I choose a pillow that’s best for me? When should I change my pillow? We’re frequently asked these questions and many more about pillows, because they play such […]


Need a little inspiration? Enter our slipper-boot design contest

The holidays are a time for giving, and in that spirit, you may have noticed our 2018 Slipper Boot Design Contest to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. Through this […]


Elevate your gift wrapping with natural materials

Shimmery wrapping paper, colorful ribbon, clusters of red berries… nothing evokes instant holiday cheer quite like a beautifully-wrapped gift. However, after the hustle of holiday shopping and finally figuring out […]


Advent calendar gift picks

One of the best parts of Christmas, for kids and grown-ups alike, is the anticipation. The anticipation of holiday lights and decorations, family gatherings, Santa visits, Christmas morning, and of […]


6,000 miles to soft: Garnet Hill Cashmere, from fleece to fiber to form (part 3)

Part 3: The Form Garnet Hill design gurus Karen and Erin recently set their email autoreplies to way-out-of-office and journeyed 6,000 miles from New Hampshire to Inner Mongolia. They set […]


The 2018 SLIPPER BOOT DESIGN CONTEST

 in support of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® For the eighth year, we’re supporting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the lifesaving work it does. Recently, we attended a very special […]


6,000 miles to soft: Garnet Hill Cashmere, from fleece to fiber to form (part 2)

Part 2: The Fiber Garnet Hill design gurus Karen and Erin recently set their email autoreplies to way-out-of-office and journeyed 6,000 miles from New Hampshire to Inner Mongolia. They set […]


Autumn greetings from New England

Every region has that season. The one where it really shines. In New England, one could easily make a case for autumn. From mid-September through mid-October, leaf-peepers travel to the […]


6,000 miles to soft: Garnet Hill Cashmere, from fleece to fiber to form (part 1)

Part 1: The Fleece Garnet Hill design gurus Karen and Erin recently set their email autoreplies to way-out-of-office and journeyed 6,000 miles from New Hampshire to Inner Mongolia. They set […]