Amie was born when two friends combined ceramic and macramé mediums through collaboration and crafting as one. Ceramic artist Kristen Camp combines her minimal blue and white marbled pots with Meredith Brockington's vintage-inspired macramé hangers to create sleek, Scandinavian-style décor for the modern home.
Amie is currently in the design phase developing table settings, centerpieces, and backdrops in their industrial studio space, Suite 226 in the Dana Warp Mill in Westbrook, Maine. Wedding and event planners will be able to rent unique, handcrafted, 100% American made items that have unique integrity and interest. Amie has most recently been featured at Anthropologie in downtown Portland.
anthropologie - pop up
Campfire 207's pieces were featured at the Portland, ME Anthropologie. Their assortment included wall hangings, plant hangers, table settings and more.
Portland, West End apartment featured one of Campfire 207's Trinity wall hanging design without plants.
meet the maker
Kristen Camp is a Georgia native who relocated to South Portland with her husband Joe Camp. They design and produce all the pottery in their artist studio across the Portland bridge. Kristen's work has been featured in farmer's markets, curated craft shows, shops across the country and most recently published in The Maker's Post.
Each plant hanger has a unique design and story that is inspired by the wild elements it integrates like the driftwood tops. The macramé is made from 1/8" cotton rope, encompass varying knots, and fits each pot snug. Bottoms are freely fringed.