in the dark, let there be love and magic to be found.
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Besides a platform to showcase my own work, sharing that of all the talented artisans I met over the years of pop up markets was the driving force behind opening my shop in Brooklyn. This is a weaving by Robyn King, a dear ol' Brooklyn pal of mine whose now an LA mama. Having her work in the shop keeps her a little closer to me, as if we're still a couple of art chicks, (before the husbands + babies,) having Crafternoons at her place on Berry Street in Williamsburg.
This was one of the first press write ups for my shop. It summized a Flea Market success story... as well as a post mordem for a well liked kids shop. To read in full go to:
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
A home photo was sent to me today from one of my regulars of the bar cart he adopted this summer from the shop. It makes my heart squeeze a little to see what next life these treasures go off to -especially when they're as fixed up + fabulous as this one. Can't help notice the smallhome tote on the door knob too ... my customers rule.