Figments in Providence is a favorite store of mine, and now that their online shop expanded to include lots of great finds, it can become your new fave, too. Peggy, the super creative and supportive shop owner (we met via this blog and have been in contact for well over a year now), is a lady you’ll want to know the moment you step into her delightful boutique because every nook is styled to perfection and the things she carries are just splendid. Stationery, home goods, handmade items, art, ceramics, handbags… You’ll want to linger. Forever.
If you can’t make it to Providence, Figments is having a fab online sale right now on some of the items shown in these photos, and she just started carrying the fabulous new stationery line by blogger/stationery designer Oh Joy! so don’t miss out on that. :) Aren’t those deer heads so cute? And I have Hable totes and swear by them, you can tote around a ton of bricks and they’re so super sturdy, worth every penny. Figments marked them down for summer, scoop up a few before they sell out. Great for storing craft projects, magazines, towels in the bathroom, or you can use them for the kitchen. I store bottles of sparkling water in mine. FYI: They each hold 6 glass pellegrino bottles. Isn’t that pink mum pattern the best? And how cute are these sukie pillows?
(images from figments)
TreeFall Design, an etsy seller from Leeds, has beautiful handmade items in her store, the works of a talented lady for sure. The yellow pillow and pear artwork are some of my favorites. The patterns and colors that she uses are so pretty against natural linen, which appears to be a theme in her work – using linen as somewhat of her canvas. Her work has a certain charm to it, lazy days spent on your grandmother’s farm, playing cards on the porch, eating peach pie, sipping iced tea, and feeling the summer breeze tossing your hair…
Psst: TreeFall is a blogger, too. How about that?! I love discovering new blogs. It’s one of my favorite things to do. Peeking in on the life of someone else. See what they’re creating. No longer do we have to wonder about the life of an artist!
(images from treefall design)