Greetings, customers! Hands up, those of you who are excited about the arrival of spring! The Vernal Equinox, which heralds the first day of the season, is only two days away. Longer days and warmer evenings are on their way, and fruits other than citrus are finally showing up again at farmers’ markets all over town. Welcome spring through your own door with some colorful nods to this season of blossoms and growth.
Head to the market for some fresh lettuce greens, and whip up a beautiful salad in this gorgeous burl wood bowl.
While you’re at it, grab some flowers to fill these whimsical ceramic mason jars.
These beautiful blue and sea green ceramic vessels are perfect containers for fresh berries.
Brighten up your morning with these adorable espresso mugs and linen napkins.
Throw an evening wine and cheese soiree in your garden and offer guests these multicolored cheese knives, so they can slice their brie and gruyere with aplomb.
Having a candlelit dinner on your balcony? Impress your date by lighting the candles with these spring-hued matches in sweet little apothecary jars. These are back by popular demand, but we can’t seem to keep them in stock, so hurry in soon to grab yours!
Now that we’ve helped you bring the spirit of spring into your home, why not put some spring into your own step with some bright-hued jewelry?
These woven ombre necklaces are bursting with bright color.
These delicate necklaces combine the warm glow of gold with subtle navy, bright cornflower and spring green beads.
Some might say that green is the foremost spring color – the color of sprouts and saplings and new leaves. Did you know that emerald green is also the official Pantone color of 2013? Keep the green trend going past St. Patrick’s day and into the first days of spring.
Lastly, we just had to share these adorable little birds. Our avian friends are the true harbingers of spring, chirping their little tunes to welcome the blossoms, and these little seedpod birds are true works of art. They are handmade in Zimbabwe by Raina Mazwiembiri and her daughter, who make a seven hour journey just to collect the seedpods that make up the birds’ bodies. They then shape the legs, heads and beaks out of wire and putty, and hand paint each bird with bright paint. We love how each one has such a distinct, endearing personality.
Psst! Before we end this post, we’ll let you in on a big secret: Our jewelry sale, which usually lasts only through the end of January, IS STILL GOING! For how long is anyone’s guess, so hurry in to take advantage of our wooden chest filled with baubles that are all 50% off! See you all soon!