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The Weekend before Christmas….

December 21, 2012
Posted by in Events

We’ll be closed for the holidays (12/22-12/30) but worry no more! Three Babes has opened shop for a few days to help you with any delicious gift needs.

Enter cafe’s interior, move to the courtyard, then trail back to their secret interior garden – there you’ll see the crackling fire and Three Babes Bakeshop. All weekend long they’ll be serving up fresh pies and Lila B.’s botanical goodness.

Stable Cafe and Three Babes Bakeshop
December 22 & 23
2128 Folsom St. San Francisco, Ca

 

Lila B. pop up photo by Sophie de Lignerolles

 

Join us around a warm fireplace this Saturday

December 12, 2012
Posted by in Holiday

Join us at Stable Cafe on Saturday December 15th for a Holiday Celebration from 10am – 4pm

2128 Folsom St. San Francisco, Ca

 

A kick-off event and sale celebrating the in-progress plant decor re-do of Stable Cafe! We started in the cafe’s interior and moved to the courtyard, now we are trailing back to their secret fireplace interior courtyard and private back dining space. Lila B. is going over the top with this project – come check it out!

We’ll have the latest and greatest from our new product line, from designs that fit in the palm of your hand to towering vertical plantings. The fireplace will be ablaze, warm drinks will be flowing, and friendly faces abound.

Give a gift. Plan your space. Get inspired. Join us.

 

Photos by Lila B,’s fabulous Sophie de Lignerolles

Three Twists on the Holiday Wreath

December 5, 2012
Posted by in Holiday

Your wreath can live on – long after the holidays pass you by…

 

After the Bay leaves dry plant your Succulents in the garden…

Copper backed Terrariums. Each globe contains its own world filled with nature’s goodness.

Planted in a {Shutter} Box. After the holidays- fill it in- create yet another shape with living growing (easy!) Succulents.

All photos by Sophie de Lignerolles. All wreaths available from Lila B. Design.

 

Making beautiful statements with living things