▪ 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. . .
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. . .
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. . .
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. . .
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. . .