We have carried Sugarboo for about 6 months now at ink & peat and it has been such a pleasure. Rebecca is such a talented artist - her sense of color and whimsy always brings a smile to customer's faces. These prints are so well done with rustic barnwood frames.
I am a HUGE fan of Sibella Court. I have poured over her book "etc." more times than I can count - feeling the perfect crispness of the paper, drinking up the sensial colors she chooses, and marveling at her well-curated collections of curio. I snapped up "The Stylists Guide to NYC" only a few weeks before my trip and as per her ususal, discovered you don't really need to be going to NY to enjoy this book. It is a visual feast. If you are going - some of my very favorite plavces are in there all gathered up. Some things are eerie, who knew the chopped salad at Barney's was one of her perennial favs too? NY bound or not you will enjoy this book. And we are so thrilled to get her newest book Nomad to sell at ink & peat in a few months.
I tend to not be a flashy person - more wood and cotton than sequins and fur, but this new jewelry from Lumafina just makes me giddy. It serves all my pack-rack needs for shiny things while still looking natural. I love the chunky crystal necklaces with delicate seed beads. We also carry Hilary's glint stacking rings - but be forwarned - you WILL want more than one! Come see these new goodies at ink & peat.
After my trip to NY last week, and an incredible meal at ABC Kitchen, my fancy foodie cravings are in high gear. Just heard about this new foodie blog from photographer Teri Lyn Fisher and food stylist Jenny Park of one of my favs Rue Magazine - Spoon Fork Bacon. While I personally am a vegetarian and do not require bacon, this is a lovely blog with beautiful photos and yummy recipes (many of which are veg). Check it out!