The Weekly Six

Before we open our doors for the week, check out our top six picks. We are constantly updating our inventory, so we want to keep you in the loop of the new things coming in. So today we bring you:

1: Whether you're a cat lover or a cat lover supporter, this is a great curl-up-with-a-book-and-sip-on-a-latte (heavy on the warm milk) kind of sweater.


2: Chinese lanterns, get 'em while they're hot! Trade the money burning in your pocket for another hot commodity.



3: Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? On paper of course! This print is as delicate as it is educational: complete with a key, you'll be spotting thistles from dandelions in no time.





4: This piece is flowy, free, and made for frolicking. A great hike-and-seek-in-the-garden kind of dress (they'll never find you).


5: Sometimes you feel like a drink, sometimes you don't. Sometimes, instead, you feel like a flower. Whatever you choose to do with these glassies, you will be glad you did.


6: Whether you know how to tie your shoes or not, these are a great clog-strappy-sandal-cork-bold-color-all-in-one pair of shoes. Did we mention they are comfortable, too?!

Collections: Copper

This week, Stacy shares her collection with us! This is a mere sprinkling of the many beautiful things she collects:
My grandfather made these copper leaf vases before I was born. It was the first time I noticed copper, when my mom would use them around our house. I guess I got my start there... 


The cool thing about collecting is you can mix and match with high and low, and they go together. For example, an item that costs one dollar can go with a rare, handmade piece.








The utility of things fascinates me--wondering who used them and what they did.











I particularly like this copper trophy, apparently never won, though we know who would have presented it.

I grew up much like Ruby, traveling all over and frequenting flea markets. Many pieces I own now are passed down from my mother and grandparents. My grandpa and grandma actually stayed at the old Paso Inn on their honeymoon years ago!


The Weekly Six

Before we open our doors for the week, check out our top six picks. We are constantly updating our inventory, so we want to keep you in the loop of the new things coming in. So today we bring you:

1. A wooly, mammoth blanket! A perfect snuggle buddy for our impeding April showers, or a great blanket to lay amongst the May flowers.


2. Let me see you peacock. Necklace that is. If you like drinking wine at Kelsey Winery, you'll love this long, sterling silver pendant!




3. Time to bring Spring inside with fresh flowers and brighter colors. Meshing the two together, this oil painting keeps us smiling with its pleasant, wild strokes!


4. The time has come to take your meals outdoors and enjoy the sunshine! This glass table is the perfect garden accompaniment (the geese make great picnic guests).





5. This Free People jumper stopped us in our tracks. Pockets, lace razorback and flowy pants all in one? Yes please!





6. We always need little vases around after picking wildflowers and greens from the neighborhood. A repurposed salt & pepper shaker and silver sugar container work amazingly: whether imperfect or perfect, they are just perfect.