Honored to be the subject of Amy's post!
"What I liked most about the items in the store is that it is such wonderful junction of whimsical illustrations that don’t look digital, fresh modern colors (of the last 50 years), natural and modern materials and a deceivingly naive almost rustic simplicity that is timeless and classic. Top-notch design sensibilities without being overly slick, which a lot of modern design stores tend to be. I like that it has an earthy hint of vintage ideals, but with a fresh outlook-silicone mats that just beg to be touched and bent, unusual lighting fixtures and objects, design books so beautiful you want to bring them all back, bed linens that look like large papers of drawings…."
Check out the whole wonderful article here.