With Hearts On Fire
Of course, because it has been an average of 6 degrees and sunny this entire winter, it suddenly snowed and was freezing. You know, to help with the foot traffic, driving conditions and general ease of lugging stuff around. Thanks, awesome weather!
We found ourselves in the east end, where the ladies at Cat and Fox had completely transformed a chiropractic studio into an awesome boutique. The place was rammed with well-curated racks of clothes, shoes, accessories, terrariums and Kathy’s housewares among the anatomical posters and various wellness bric-a-brac. It was quite amazing to see the transformation.
Kathy’s prize piece was this amazing mid-century chair she had completely redone – new webbing, striped and refinished, brand new cushions she’d upholstered in beautiful fabric. Needless to say, it shot to the top of my wish list. Damn her and her ‘but where would you put it?’ logic.
sweet little owl vase, still avail here.
The beautiful Lillian of Lilly’s Closet, who tried on a different outfit every 5 minutes and who I never recognized each time. My favourite ensemble was this White Russian number she put together – isn’t she lovely?
Kathy’s amazing Rooster wall hanging… wouldn’t this look great in a kitchen? Or for some reason I imagine it over a little boys bed too.
Kathy’s awesome Dear Deer rug. Love the colours.
Another favourite, Kathy’s 1920’s Chimayo Blanket/Carpet/Throw… look at these colours! So beautiful.
I totally fell for these blue suede boots, and Kathy ‘surprised’ me with them, which means she insisted on buying them for me as a thank you even though I protested until she yelled at me and I said thank you and now I have the best boots ever. Thanks Kath, you’re crazy.