The Field House: Vintage Lodge Living

The Field House: Vintage Lodge Living

Andie Powers
May 26, 2011

Store History

  • Headquarters: Seattle, WA

While The Field House is not new to Seattle, having opened in 2009, it is new to me, as I only just discovered it last month. I was one of the lucky winners in a baby chicken-naming contest (yes, they housed live baby chicks in the Spring), and received a lovely gift card as my prize.

An off-shoot of the men's clothing store, Blackbird, The Field House is every urban outdoorsman's dream. While it's aesthetic is rooted in Canadian and Inuit decor, The Field House also showcases the Northwestern fishing and hunting community with it's ship statuettes, animal-skin rugs and shipyard ephemera. Their main market is clothing and boots, giving a nod to old world style with bow ties and wood pipes, but the real stars of the shop are vintage camp house tools, kitchen appliances and still-life vignettes that litter the space. From old wooden wagon wheels to goose decoys and whitetail antlers, The Field House reads like a fashionable camping lodge from the mid-1800s. This is a picturesque Seattle gem for anyone who appreciates the beauty of lodge living and modern rustic decor.

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Images: Andie Wurster

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