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Gift Guide // Pt. 2 Reflective

We have some ideas about the holidays and what it means so close to the new year. We believe in ending and beginning the year with a bang...with the ones we love and the ones we are falling for...It's a time for reflection and how to start fresh.  These Japanese Tone Mirrors are available on our site or in the shop. They are perfect for reflection and a beautiful gift to start out the new year.  Our crystal collection has grown over the years as we have seen how it has effected our space and our clients who purchase. They make beautiful gifts for loved ones and hosts. Please come in and browse or order on the site today.  Tennen...

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The Wrap Club // Details // Join

Wrap Club Subscription-We hand-select all of our flowers for our special wraps and Wrap Club subscriptions each week and usually each day this way they are new and different each time yet remain clean, modern, and organic so that can easily compliment any home or office. $45 for each delivery. You choose how often.

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Protea Wreaths // Change and Hope Year Round

  We are excited to announce that our beloved South African flowering Protea wreaths will now be available year round...daily. Because they are so versatile alive and dry, we believe our clients will be given so many opportunities to decorate, gift, and repurpose the wreaths. Representing change and hope, these are an unmistaken nod to each day and season. Every day is new.  Live, dry, spray painted, cold, hot, day, night, hand painted, in a vase, without a vase, in a wreath, on a door, on a wall...again, hope for all situations.    (Here is a selection of Protea flowers on Sunset Magazine's site...enjoy.) Come in and ask any member of the team about options and care.  x Teresa

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Orchids in the Shop

We are currently bewitched by the power of the orchids in the shop. They are enchanting and rare and beautiful. We love them and understand how they transform a space. Plus, their history makes them all the more intriguing.  Here is some Orchid research from FTD Designs:  One of the major orchid genera is Paphiopedilum. The name is derived from the word “Paphos” which is the name of the temple where the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was worshiped. In Ancient Greece, it was believed that parents could choose the sex of their child by eating the orchid’s tubers. If the father ate thick, fleshier tubers, the child would turn out to be a male. If the mother ate smaller,...

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