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Our very own 2nd Annual Small Business Saturday: November 30, 2019

We are so excited about the holiday season! In order to prepare for the loveliest time of year, the time of year when we get to give and give and give - we are thrilled to announce our second annual "Small Business Saturday". We have asked our favorite Valley artisans and talent to join us the weekend after Thanksgiving to provide our clients unique and artful gifts. Come to our location to experience the best of the best.  Here is our all star line up:  Sweet Wool Pour Amor Bettina Chow Ceramics The Woods with You Le Dinersaur Framed Ewe See Salt Andrea Merican Art Left Handed MFG Maple Phoenix Bauhaustin Bad Craft Studio T. Bene Jewelry NOONS Concrete Cole...

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Virginia Sin, Cym Warkov Ceramics, Amy Hamley Ceramics...

The options are endless - when it comes to florals. The color wheel never stops spinning, every season of every year creates new color, the variations change minute to minute, and the arranging organically we do answers nature's call. We believe the vessels must reflect this wonder. The never ending variations...who would be worthy to hold such a miracle? We are serious about our vessels. We hunt far and wide and yet sometimes they are found close to home - here in our desert. Here are a few - that are available online and in the shop: Virginia Sin Chow Ceramics Echasse Vase Cym Warkov Amy Hamley Lafayette    Let us know if you prefer any of these vessels when...

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Kitchen in the Spring

Part of growth, part of flowering, is being fed. We are big believers in all things food and comfort and goodness for our plants and our people.  Come to us for your kitchen and serving specialties. Feeding your people, your community, your family, your lover should be done right. We want to be a part of that story of a meal shared like no other.  When is your next session of breaking bread? Share with us.  Pottery, service, cutting, slicing, seasoning, aesthetic: all at the shop.  x Teresa PS Remember Mother's Day is around the corner. Is she being fed?

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For the Cook Holiday Guide 2017 //Brass Cutting Knife  //Cutting Board //Handtowel //Imported Salt and Pepper Grinder (in Hunter and Black) //Pinch pots //Ceramic Bowls  Because we are such fans of food and heirloom quality pieces that can be passed down from generation to generation like the recipes they carry...we decided to focus on the cook. There are more guides to come on the same theme, but lets start with the basics. Bowls, salt, pepper, the cutting board, the knife, and the hand towel. And now we are ready to get started. Share your favorite recipes with us in the comments. Our Laura grows so much of her own food and we love to include harvests in our designs.  Remember we...

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It's the Little Things.

Before the beautiful madness of the holidays, we like to focus as much as we can on the little things, the spaces in between. The subtleties, the light, the refraction, the one flower that is just a bit brighter, richer than the rest and perhaps the smallest bud. A new space and the newness of our collection is giving us so many opportunities to notice the little things. And with one of our own on her way down the aisle with her beloved this weekend, its really the details, the little things we are loving.  Come in and enjoy the little things. The texture, the smell, the taste of chocolate, the littlest bouquet. Come for the spot of art, come...

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