About fifteen minutes after meeting each other in 2013, we realized we were standing at the intersection of a common purpose and a shared vision, though neither of us understood fully where we were supposed to go from there. Gradually, though, and thankfully, we did figure it out, and in 2015, Alcott Farm was born. We wanted not only to shine a bright light on the power of timeless design in today's world, but also to find ways of translating that design into products for the home. Capitalizing on each other's strengths, we began licensing Bronson's designs to the home decor industry via Bronson Pinchot Designs, while simultaneously establishing Alcott Farm as a purveyor of architectural antiques. Beth's photography, which began as a means of highlighting the architecture, then became a calendar which then became fine art prints. From there, her long history as a product designer paved the way for a team effort in home textiles, home fragrance, and even a line of natural soaps. And perhaps you have already figured this out, but we're just getting warmed up. No telling what can happen when two creative friends find themselves at a crossroads. All we know for sure is that we're having fun and we're happy to have you along for the ride.
Bronson Pinchot and Beth Yarbrough