We have a new Home.
June 22, 2013
And we’re thrilled. Please visit us- our designs are sprinkled throughout Stable Cafe and our new shop is located in their magical courtyard.
Just a few doors down from our original studio- but now- with a whole garden that awaits you… Stop by weekly to watch our new space grow.
2128 Folsom Street (between 17th and 18th) San Francisco, Ca 94110
Officially open Tuesday – Saturday from 10-4. ‘Tho we’re often here much more often. Ring if you’d like to drop on by at another day or time. We are happy to make an appointment with you.
Stay tuned: we’re going to have a fun opening celebration.
photos by Sophie de Lignerolles
We have a New Home. Please visit us – Our designs are seen throughout Stable Cafe and our new shop is in the lovely courtyard. – See more at: http://lilabdesign.com/shop#sthash.OLwbbxGp.dpuf
If Love is Flower
February 14, 2013
I love the connection between love and flowers in Aila El Edroos’ poem, ‘If Love is a Flower.‘ I hope it inspires you, too.
If Love Is Flower
love is endless
like flowers that keep on blossoming day and night
love is beautiful
like flowers with different different colors
love is growing
like flowers abundant in the garden
love is to give away
like flowers from my hand to yours
if love is flower
how many gardens grow your flowers?
how many flowers grow in your garden?
what are the colors?
what stories are they telling?
if love is flower
Aila El Edroos
Photo by Holly Stewart Photography with Lila B.
A Mossy Scene with Magical Characters
February 5, 2013
In the early days of last spring photographer Caren Alpert and art director Pamela Nudel visited us at Lila B. with an idea- and a wondrous one at that! We put our heads together and dreamed up a Hobbit-like scene with the most magical of characters. We met up again at Caren’s photo studio and this is how our day unfolded…
With a gathering of moss, logs, mushrooms, carnivorous plants, and lovely spring blooms- we went to work to set the woodland scene.
Caren captured the precious details and tiny critters,
while Pam and Baylor planned our visual story,
and Sophie quietly clicked, photographing us and the overall mossy scene.
Photos by Caren Alpert and Sophie de Lignerolles
More photos on our website: under Into the Woods