I’ve been quiet, but busy. I got in some goods this week that I’m planning to have online by Monday, along with some other awesomely vintage linens. So hold them horses. It will be worth it, I think.
It’s been a feel-good week for me, especially in terms of having some really sweet bloggers write about the shop – including one from Georgia! Pam from Sweet Peach Blog came by the shop a little while ago when she was in the city visiting her best friend (and one of my nicest customers). Her blog covers the best and brightest design offerings from the South, and she has a really unique point of view (sidenote: I just discovered Mooks because of Sweet Peach. A “mook” with a rhino mask? No, no, it’s too much. I’m too in love with them already.). I feel very special that she ventured out of her usual Southern design-centric topics to write about Pot + Pantry way out here in SF. Read her post here.
Pic swiped from Sweet Peach
As I was clicking around on the Sweet Peach site, I came to Pam’s house tour on Piewacket and I was flabbergasted that she liked my shop because her home is amazing. Amazing. F-ing amazing. My shop looks like a hobo supplies store compared to her home, I can’t believe she found it blogworthy. Listen, the woman has a full sized bed swing on her sleeping porch. I’ve lived in SF too long to know what a sleeping porch is, but that’s not stopping me from wanting one.
I can’t believe someone I’ve met lives here. This is a real person’s bed swing!
And this? Also in her home.
How much taste is one person allowed to have? It’s not fair.
So yeah, wow, I’m totally flattered to be featured on Sweet Peach. Thanks for your post, Pam.
And! Earlier this week, the lovely Shaunna of The Collection Event Studio in Sonoma did a little Q&A with me after attending the FARMcurious pop-up party a few weeks ago. Read it here!
And! Hollin, who’s a friend of Anna’s, was in town for Renegade Craft SF and took some really nice photos of the shop while she was here. Which isn’t surprising since she is a photographer (heh). You can see her post on P+P here, and more of her gorgeous photography here.
Thanks, Pam, Shaunna and Hollin!