The older I get, the more it seems that I revert back to “the olden days” of macramé, incense, ottomans, funky pottery, 1970’s fashion & other types of mid-century home decor. My teen daughter, Audrey is blossoming into a creative, musical, vintage appreciator. Yet, an original & stylish young person who has her finger on the pulse of current popular trends. I am grateful that she appreciates & embraces some of what I love from my childhood. I find myself exposing her to my creative & carefree generation of funky textiles, mid-century decor, flea markets, concert t-shirts, classic & folk rock, television shows & movies. Between my living in the past & her in the present, I have found a nice balance of home decor for our home. Why can’t we mix in some of our past with our present & have small bits of nostalgia & happiness all over our home? I am a strong believer that our home is a statement about who we are, where we came from & the nostalgic & carefree moments that we look to surround ourselves with every day.
I am a native Texan with roots in the small town of Dripping Springs located just outside of Austin. I returned in 2018 after a 25 year absence to a town & city that have indeed changed. However, I am thrilled to see that the area continues to be an eclectic, creative, supportive of small business, fun & friendly group of people. Audrey & I have the best time exploring all of my old stomping grounds as it continues to be full of wildly interesting places if you know where to look.
I have found on my many adventures, handmade, unique, multi-functional products to share with you. Many of them were found by happy accident & all are from Texas & other parts of the U.S. They are small bits of happiness meant for people of all ages, occasions & budgets. Some of the products I offer are a modern day version of past trends.
I hope you come to love the products I am sharing with you as much as Audrey & I do in our home.
the sophisticated bohemian