Although Fleur, Logan Square’s top flower and gift shop, has been in business for twelve years, this past year it has really, well, fleurished (we had to). There have been features in Town & Country, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Style Me Pretty, plus partnerships with Kinfolk and workshops at Anthropologie. But when Fleur’s landlord threatened to significantly raise the rent, owner Kelly Marie Thompson seized the opportunity to move onward and upward. Still in Logan Square, the shop’s new location (2651 N. Milwaukee Ave.) is more than double in size, with exposed brick walls and original wood floors. To take advantage of all that space, Thompson is offering more gift lines and jewelry, classes on flower arranging, weaving, custom fragrances, and more. On a recent stroll through the shop, we eyed these five new items we can’t wait to bring home.
Spending less time outdoors make us crave natural life, which is why we fell for this fern-print pillow by Brooklyn-based artist Amelie Mancini.
Distilled from plants, bark, moss, mushrooms, and other things found hiking in the Big Sur backcountry, this Juniper Ridge room spray reflects the earthiness of autumn.
This ceramic salt cellar and pepper shaker by Craighton Berman Studio makes it easy to add seasonings in the kitchen—plus it’s stylish enough to transition to the table.
These extra-long matches by Izola are enlightening in more ways than one.
No holiday party is complete without a fully stocked bar. Add vintage charm to your spread with these forest green stirrers by Sideshow Press.Edit Module