shopping in montreal

Heading to Montreal for the weekend? Looking to get a little shopping in but don’t know where to start? Why not check out the lovely Janna Zittrer’s website, Montreal Shopping Tours. There are 6 different guided tour styles to fit everyone’s needs; Shop Like a Fashion Editor, 9 – 5 and Beyond, Montreal Designer Marathon, Sweat-Worthy Style, Vintage Treasures, and Teen Dream. Or, why not go off the cuff to customize your own. It looks like a lot of fun and, while you don’t have to feel obligated to purchase anything, with their stellar suggestions they can’t promise you won’t feel tempted ; )

Happy Shopping!

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inspired by: jamie blakeys house

Jamie Blakey, Australian fashion designer/founder of One Teaspoon, show’s us her family home which features a simple colour scheme and a treasure-trove of quirky vintage knick-knacks.

“I love the idea of adding softness to a hard space – lots of rugs, cushions and throws,” she says. “Mirrors are my new favourite thing. They’re not just for opening up a space, but for bouncing off different views – like bringing the outside in.

“I’ve found most of my favourite homewares on eBay – I love one-off pieces. Things don’t have to be expensive to be beautiful. And they mean more when you’ve put a bit of love into them.” shoptilyoudrop.com.au

Another interesting interview with the designer found here, on daily imprint.

nightnight xx

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gorgeous things & interiors from paul raeside

I stumbled across these amazing photos – of amazing interior spaces – taken by Paul Raeside. His portfolio includes images shot for Decor, Homes & Houses, and Houses & Homes. More stunning photography can be found on his website here.

enjoy & be inspired ; )

xx

[ all images from paulraeside.com ]