5/30/10

Chelliswilson and Porland

We left to Portland with only one address in mind: 17 Pleasant Street. Immediately after I saw 15 Points on ChellisWilson's blog, I thought that this was our destination for a small trip. And it was indeed absolutely beautiful! A combination of Portland and ChellisWilson were perfection. Every detail in her shop is worth to photograph and I think the images can explain more than words the beauty I perceived behind a brilliant mind. I left the shop fully inspired and ecstatic, with only one question What does the name ChellisWilson come from? it does sound beautiful, as everything else there and maybe this IS the reason!
Love to spot some very familiar pieces: Bookhou wood Alphabet on the wall, our Calendarbook hanging in the dressing room, Fog Linen tape and the red spool of ribbon, within my favorite palette of Bianco, Rosso and some shades of gray for the wrapping. All together, what a memorable trip!


3 comments:

Jill said...

looks amazing! want to hear more in person on saturday!!

angela said...

Thank you Jill!

arounna said...

thanks for sharing the photos - I wish I could be closer to visit the shop. The exhibit is so beautiful.

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