about us

Welcome to Plover and Plow LLC!  We offer vintage and hand-crafted coastal and farmhouse furnishings and accessories that encompass style, sustainability and global kindness.  Both the coastal and farmhouse styles share a time worn, naturally distressed appearance and feel.  On their own or blended, each provides the warm, welcoming and comforting environment that our pieces offer.

Each piece is hand selected by Danielle Jackson, a forward thinking designer who scours estate sales, auctions, the internet and more searching for that perfect piece to renew, revive and refresh with clean lines and a casual sophistication that is both modern and retro.

Formerly f.in.d.s llc, Plover and Plow was founded on the desire to provide well-crafted, unique furnishings while maintaining a low environmental impact. We offer carefully curated vintage pieces that have been re-defined with fresh hardware, organic and vintage textiles in retro and modern coastal and farmhouse colors and patterns, and environmentally friendly finishes. Some pieces are created by local artisans whose work reflects our own design philosophy of quality and sustainability, while others are simply found and presented in their original beautiful form.

Danielle works personally with only the finest craftspeople in the Southern New Jersey and Greater Philadelphia area and they appreciate and encourage her distinctive vision while breathing new life into each piece. She has worked with some of the finest interior decorators and designers while formerly employed at a renowned furniture store in Southern New Jersey. She comes from a lineage of working in the furnishings industry. Her mother has been a dealer of antiquities for many years and her father, who hails from the furniture producing mecca of High Point, North Carolina, has made a lifelong career of transporting and vending furniture along the eastern seaboard. A native New Jerseyan, Danielle has the creative drive and undeniable passion to continuously seek and discover perfect coastal and farmhouse pieces that are truly one of a kind and reflective of dichotomous Southern New Jersey, which is richly comprised of both coastal and farm communities.