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Nantucket Looms

51 Main Street
Nantucket, MA 02554
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In the second-floor weaving studio at 51 Main Street, Nantucket Looms weavers produce luxury hand woven textiles year-round. Additionally, Nantucket Looms offers full design services with an experienced staff who can provide furniture determinations, selections of flooring, fabrics, rugs, accessories, lighting, hardware, bedding, cabinetry, fixtures and window treatments, advice on color palettes and room layouts.

Visit the 1st floor at 51 Main Street, and browse our carefully selected collection of fine merchandise that exhibits a unique Nantucket style and highlights the craftsmanship of over fifty local artisans embodied in artwork, jewelry, furniture, rugs, baskets and sweaters.  You may find a selection of our merchandise and services provided by visiting: 

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