It has been a fun month of travel and store busy-ness. It is always interesting to look back at the photos I have taken and see if there is any common theme. The color green is a prevailing theme I am seeing over and over. For those of you who have been to my shops, you know the color green holds a very special place in my heart. The varying shades just seem so energetic and calming all at the same time. Here is what caught my eye on this Monday morning. The above asparagus dish from Tilth in Seattle was a small work of art.
The huge 2 dollar bundle of mint from the Market on Saturday was pretty enough to stand alone and make quite a statement.
The packaging and font variety on this new arrival at WK just made me swoon. Plus the shade of green is just spectacular.
My green socks I wore to the shop on Saturday. I have had green on the brain for the last few days.
The cool planters in the backyard of the home of friends Kate, Kevin & Aubin.
Salal that TPS cut out at WestWard and made a little arrangement for the dining table.
Sweet blooms at Kips Bay last month. No detail was overlooked.
The lavender has just grown and grown in the vintage buckets out on the island.
The vibrant green of the HGTV magazine bag welcoming us to the Hearst building.
The richness of this Thom Filicia fabric made by the fabulous Kravet company.
Still completely digging this idea from the cocktail party at the swanky Newel antique emporium in NYC. What a cool way to jazz up what is usually a quite boring veg tray.
This interior courtyard at Kips Bay still makes my heart sing.
A table full of varying shades of green glassybaby is always a good thing. Always.
These became these. I know lots of folks don’t care for these, but we have them contained to a certain area on our property on Vashon, and we have decided to embrace the beauty of them.
Be looking everywhere for beauty.
Asparagus as an abundant arrangement.
And lastly, this stunning poppy the day before it burst open.
All glorious, glorious green in many shapes and sizes.