Sister Moons in the New York Times

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We were honored to be featured in a recent New York Times article Rethinking the In-Law Apartment as a Sunny Barn. The piece covers how a former 19th-century farm in western Massachusetts is now our extended family’s home and Sister Moons company headquarters.

"Sister Moons’s block-printed sheets and channel-stitched coverlets in monochrome citrus hues — all made in a fair trade–certified facility in India — dress the beds in the main house and in the mothers’ residences in the barn. The barn’s lower level serves as a Sister Moons office and storage area, and as a sometime indoor rink for this family of avid roller skaters."

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Photo by Jane Beiles for The New York Times

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