▪ INNERMOST HOUSE ▪a deeper home
To live content with small means. To seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion. To be worthy not respectable, and wealthy not rich. To study hard, think quietly. . .
The truth we seek is a conversation. Our living conversation with Nature and Craft, Thought and Spirit has reached over a million people in a hundred nations. All begins with. . .
We believe that the soundest foundations rest on bedrock, and that the bedrock of American wisdom lies in the mythic depths of the landscape itself. To the larger world. . .
Innermost House cultivates fine craft in the manner of American beginnings, where Wilderness and Enlightenment met as equals, and the art of less was truly more. . .
At the foundations of modern life lies the transcendental idea of Individualism: the individual human soul as one, indivisible, and whole. We mark the beginning of our new world. . .
We believe in the ideal of the "American Scholar," in whom a knowledge of books is balanced by experience of nature and practical activity in the world. Innermost House provides a way. . .
Our final conversation is with humanity’s explorations of the spirit. We believe that the innermost essence of our being lies in the unseen world of first and final causes. . .
We are a living conversation of individuals, each one a sanctuary of solitude unto themselves, and we are an instrument of connection between persons, peoples, traditions. . .
Building a world begins with planting a seed in the one art that precedes and unites and justifies all other arts and sciences: the art of living at home. As an entirely voluntary. . .