WOW! What a busy month!
The Artist Reception was alot of fun--thanks Barbara Carr for allowing us to display your fabulous artwork and for being such a pleasure to work with--lets do it again soon!
The Sale went well and moved alot of inventory to make room for the fabulous new pieces.
Speaking of the fabulous new pieces....the shop reconfiguration!
We have gorgeous new pieces from Morocco, Bulgaria, France, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Tunisia and of course Turkey. All are fair traded, handpainted and simply gorgeous! The more primitive side has a more Gustavian influence (Swedish Farmhouse). With a palette of soft blue-greys and powdery taupes, pickled furnishings--it really creates a tranquil ambiance. The Artsy/Mid-Century
section is more colourful than ever as we continue to bring in more out-of-the-box home decor. We have been busy! :)
Ahh...yes...the windows. We were late on those this month (and heard about it from many people!!-lol). So, off to work, frantically making pillows and finding the correct pieces and voila! New windows!
The first window is a sort of Provencal style with the luxurious (and newly re-upholstered) antique chaise. It is just an exquisite piece. The palette for the pillows are soft browns, taupes and pinks all done in high quality designer fabrics. The creme iron "gates"are very heavy and are perfect for leaning (perhaps on a fireplace mantle?)--a simple window, because the chaise speaks for itself.
Pillows: Small 10$, Medium 15$, Large 20$
Creme Iron "gates": 25$ each (3 available)
The next window is Mod and Fab! The mid-century Crisp white vinyl sofa is so gorgeous and the lines are incredible. Very sleek and retro. I filled them with our own colourful "Mod about Paris" pillows! And of course, our famous embroidery hoop divider--it is just too fab to only use once!
Mod White Sofa- 250$ (sold...first day. Sniff sniff...I am so sorry)
Pillows: Small 10$, Medium 15$ and Large $20
The white mod sofa will be replaced by something, hopefully equally funky, soon.
See you soon! :)
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Posted by Kaza Blog at 12:30 PM