This weekend is the Boise Weeklys first anual The Big Le Boise Festival. It is going to be quite exciting. There will be live local bands, dancing, craft booths (including my shop Miso), and many many more festivities. It is this Saturday Aug 28th from 10am-10pm located at 6th and Broad st. Can't wait!
Saturday, August 21, 2010
A little bit of heavenly inspiration from this designer Katja Behre of Elli Pop. The colors and patterns of her designs just take you away into some sort of fantasy land. She designs for fabrics, wallpapers, and even ceramics. Her work is definately to be admired.
Posted by Abbie Florence at 6:59 PM
Since we booked our flights to visit Dominics family in Australia this winter, I have been keeping my eyes open for the perfect luggage. I found a great deal on a fab carry on bag, but I am still in search for more fun bags. The bag I already have is the black and white Tepper Jackson bag. Here are some of my other finds.
Posted by Abbie Florence at 5:26 PM
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Monday, August 16, 2010
For the past year I have been thinking really hard about where I can incorporate some wallpaper into our new home. If you have ever looked for wallpaper yourself, you know that it can be pretty expensive, and if you decide you don't want it on your walls anymore it is a pain to get off.
Well... today I was talking to my friend at work and she told me about this really amazing thing she saw in Country Living over the weekend. It is like a regular paint roller, but with a raised pattern design on it. The end results are to die for and it is super affordable. All you need is the roller from Rollerwall and any color of paint yor heart desires. My friend and I might even go in on the cost of one and share it, so we both can use it...BRILLIANT I say!
Posted by Abbie Florence at 3:41 PM
Friday, August 13, 2010
A friend of mine sent me the link to this article on the N.Y. Times. It is the most amazing little "fort" if you can even call it that. The owner only spent $3,000 renovating and decorating this sweet little escape. It is dripping with chandeliers, and it really does show yo that dreams can come true.
Posted by Abbie Florence at 6:48 AM