Friday, February 26, 2010


My, my, my...why didn't I think of this?! Brilliant***
(thanks cheri*)

Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Walking along Abbott Kinney on Monday, I happened upon this delightful little landscaping/plant design shop called Grow. It just about blew me over with joy, because not only is the space serene and beautifully put together (trust me, you want to buy just about everything in there) but the owner Melissa is super knowledgeable & friendly & cool. It's a winsome trio! She gave me the most fantastic deal for some extra large ceramic planters I needed for the yoga studio that I'm interior landscaping for!
Hurry up and get there quickly though, because like all good things, Grow will be closing it's doors soon to focus on their landscaping + design. I wish them the best of luck with everything!

Monday, February 15, 2010

Studio Choo

If you happen to be in S.F., wander over to Studio Choo's new shop! I'm very happy for these girls! I can only imagine how lovely their shop is! All info is on their site*

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

nice & wild

Little wild bouquet I put together today with some branches, delphiniums, green mist, and leaves. Makes for a nice entrance when coming home.

Monday, February 8, 2010

I took this picture on a bikeride with Elijah in the french countryside. I love the faded pastel colors of the flags, the dirt road, and of course, all the lovely trees.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Beaches & Woods

It's raining again today and it's just so lovely. I feel like the mood in these beautiful Max Wanger pictures emulates mine.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Let 'Em Hang!

I'm still in the hanging mode! Found this Smith&Hawken bird feeder at Target and quickly thought of putting a beautiful senecio rowleyanus (string-of-pearls plant) in it and voila! Now hanging in my kitchen, it looks beautiful and so the thoughts of a hanging garden continue forth! What do you think?

(I put the plant in a lil' plastic condiment container that I recycled so that all you see when you look into it is the actual overflowing 'peas' and the soil--it blends in with the surrounding teak nicely)*