Favourite finds from summer with a purpose
It was finally time to hit the road this summer. Time to go back to the places that make summer feel like summer. Favourite places like the pages in my favourite book, dog-eared and so good you just have to go back again. There was also a mission for new experiences and to make new favourites. Thank you for that Gros Morne, N.L. Part of the quest was to hand pick something special from my trips to each East Coast province. Something that had a purpose and something that would find a place in my home this fall.
A wooden bowl from P.E.I. Kiln glass daisies from N.L. A pottery vase from N.B. and a tartan clutch from N.S. Each object hand-picked for a reason and will remind me of my adventures this summer season.
Wooden Bowl made by P.E.I. woodworking hobbyist John Havenga to be filled and refilled with popcorn and movie binges.
Kiln Glass made by artist Urve Manuel in Rocky Habour, N.L Daisies have always been my favourite and this little quartet gives inspiration for a bathroom reno.
Pottery Vase made by N.B. ceramics artist Monique Bujold Brown. There is still lots of time for fall flowers. I will be filling this one with silver dollars and Chinese lanterns.
Tartan Clutch found at the New Glasgow Farmers Market near my hometown in Nova Scotia. A perfect little grab and go. Big enough for my cell phone, cards and to tuck my mask when I am out for dinner.