A New Perspective…

We are still very much inspired by Boskke’s Sky Planters ability to defy gravity and 
change our perspective on gardening!
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Just a few reasons why YOU need one OR more Sky Planter(s) in your life.
Reason 1 / SAVE SPACE
Rather than wasting precious space on the ground, Sky Planters utilize the ceiling space – giving you the ability to grown an indoor garden without having to make any sacrifices to your living space.
Increase well being and concentration by surrounding yourself with natures natural purifiers. 
Emitting oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide are what plants do best, so leave it to them.

Most potted plants lose water through evaporation and drainage. Boskke Sky Planters are equipped with unique reservoir feeds water gradually to the plant’s roots. Genius!

Honestly we can’t get enough of these super cool planters. They are awesome.

We have just received a top up of these – but get in quick.
Shop in-store or online here.


Destination: Toronto

In honour of Canada Day we thought we would share a glimpse into one of our favourite Canadian cities, the metropolitan hub – Toronto.


Toronto itself is a massive melting pot of style, cultures and scenery. There really is something for everyone. Segmented into ‘neighbourhoods’, each offering a different array of cuisine, fashion, services and sights to see – here are some of our favourite MUST SEE neighbourhoods in the city of Toronto.

Luckily for us pictures are worth a thousand words – and thanks to Toronto based photographer Sam Javanrouh we have compiled an amazing array of photos to showcase the electric city itself.
Above – The Art Gallery of Ontario

Above – The Much Music Video Awards, held downtown on Queen Street

Above – The Royal Ontario Museum (grand re-opening)

Above – Streetcar tracks and cables

Above – Kensington Market, Toronto’s vintage paradise

Above – The CN tower, Toronto’s icon

Above – Pictured left The Ontario College of Art & Design

Above – City street

Above – Skating outside near Ryerson University

Above – Home of legendary nachos and great live performances, Sneaky Dees on College

Above – Queen Street in the snow

Above – Kensington Market

Above – The Beaches at sunset
Below – Ryan Gosling attends the star-studded Toronto Film Festival

Above – Yonge Street in the Winter (the longest street in the world – a massive 1896 km)
Above – Yonge & Dundas, Toronto’s epicenter 
Daily Dose of Imagery is a visual collection of photographs taken by Javanrouh. He is an extremely talented photographer who can find beauty even in the simplest of things. Posting one photo of Toronto each day Javanrouh has developed an outstanding collection over the years. 
To check out more of his photos click hereAll images above via daily does of imagery.
(it was nearly impossible to narrow this down as there are so many fantastic places) 

A few amazing design shops:

A few amazing cafes to grab a cuppa:
A few amazing Canadian fashion designers to check out:
A few amazing fashion boutiques:
A few amazing restaurants:

Toronto is a massive buzzing city with so much to offer. 
But don’t take our word for it, go see for yourself! x

Additional images via Blog TO.

Monday Morning Pick Me Up

Delectable White Hot Chocolate

What you’ll need /  (makes 2 cups)

1 cup white chocolate chips
1 cup heavy cream
4 cup half-and-half
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Whipped cream, for garnish (homemade or store bought)
Sprinkles, optional 

How To / 

•   In a saucepan over medium heat, combine white chocolate chips and heavy cream 
•  Keep stirring until white chocolate chips have completely melted
•  Stir in the half-and-half, and vanilla extract
•  Continue to stir occasionally until heated through to a creamy consistency
•  Pour into mugs and top with a dollop of vanilla whipped cream and sprinkles for decoration
Easy! And oh soo good.
Original recipe from hereImage via – sprinklebakes.