Spotlight on our Eco-Friendly Placemats

It is no secret that we are BIG fans of color and patterns here at Linda Cabot Design. Our approach to tabletop decor is mix it, match it, and go and have some fun!! There are no rules – it is about what works for you! However, there are times we all feel like something […]

Join Us For A Sip & Shop At Our Boston Design Center Boutique

Jingle and Mingle! It’s time to get shopping! You are invited to our first annual Holiday Sip & Shop at our Boston Design Center boutique.We have host and stocking gifts that you can feel good about! Earth-friendly, locally made, and beautiful! Fancy girl keychains, handmade jewelry bags, elegant scarves, upscale Boho styled napkin sets and […]

Secrets Behind Linda Cabot’s Heading Home to Dinner Table

Earlier this fall Linda Cabot Design participated in Heading Home to Dinner dine and design event to benefit Heading Home a non-profit that helps families transition from homelessness to permanent housing. The event, now in its third year, raised over 177,000 for Heading Home! Linda looked to another artist—Hilma af Klint for inspiration for her […]

Linda Cabot Design at Boston’s SOWA Open Market

  Linda Cabot Design will be at Boston’s SOWA Art + Design District’s Open Market on Sunday, September 15. Come visit us and shop our latest fall patterns and colors! We will be stocked with brand new gift items and you may even find some special SOWA pricing. The market features artisans, artists, farmers, and […]

7 Reasons You Should be Buying Organic Cotton

  Many people think that cotton is a “natural” fabric and therefore chemical-free. That couldn’t be further from the truth. Conventional cotton farming is a chemically-intensive process that puts great stress on the environment, in fact, many consider it to be the world’s most toxic crop! A Pesticide-Free Crop Is Healthy for Farmers and Wildlife […]

Art Show Pop-Up at our Boston Design Center Boutique

On a beautiful spring evening, we threw open the doors of our boutique located on the first floor of the Boston Design Center and celebrated the art of our boutique manager Erin Kerbert. When Erin isn’t managing our shop, developing product, or sewing she is creating art in her studio. What better way to spend […]