Fall is here and it’s cocooning season! We’ve been enjoying warm tea and good music lately. We wanted to share this tune with you because it’s a feel good song and we’re sure you’ll like it. It’s by The rural alberta advantage and the song is called Don’t Hunt This Place from the Hometowns album. Put your feet up and enjoy! –Marie-France
Just in time to put your Halloween decor together, here’s our new not-so-spooky DIY in collaboration with Astrid of the SP4NK blog! I really love this black pumpkin alternative. Are you throwing a stylish Halloween party? This easy DIY is for you!
Here’s a little sneak peek into Olive’s room, there are all sorts of treasures in there! Can you spot our new Sunnyside Up backpacks? Peeking out of it is the cutest little bear, handmade by Virginie Jolie, a talented Montreal designer. (psssst! This cute guy is holding the backpack, did you notice?)
You might also wonder where that cute lion pillow is from. It’s actually by an artist I really love called Mini Boheme. See her work over here! On the door, the rad unicorn print is by Montreal artist Gabrielle Tittley. Olive is lucky to be surrounded by so many handmade treasures! I have to say Olive’s mother is pretty cool too, she’s the artist behind Nanoukiko and she’s the best knitter I know! Check out her IG profile for many cute pics of her adorable baby girl wearing her creations.
This is her wearing our new Sunnyside Up pink backpack by Neon Tiger. She’s the cutest. *Special thanks to Olive’s mom for this sweet pic!
Seriously guys, these have got to be the cutest little munchkin backpacks I’ve ever seen. This quirky sunny side up egg print by designers Neon Tiger is so darn cute. Get it for your little cutie pie and you’ll be the coolest mom around. Word.
My latest shopping board for the DesignLoveFest blogThis beautiful crate from Terrain filled with gourds, moss and white pumpkins feels like such a fresh alternative to traditional pumpkins, it inspired this green board. Oh, and that mohair knit looks so comfy!
And our green Safi plate!
Morocco is so dreamy, can’t wait to go back! -Stephanie