My favorite part of these historic shops was the newest addition, a recently renovated Kate Spade store. The best part? In addition to the bags, there were some really great decor ideas I want to try at home!
Wouldn't this be a fun way to do a feature wall in a closet? A few floating shelves from West Elm, a collage of favorite images, a brightly painted credenza, and a pop-of-color light...
The walls above the cashier's counter were covered in massive floral prints and a stenciled story about the "Kate Spade girl." The umbrella, shoes, and book were actual items glued to the wall. I wouldn't recommend THAT at home, but the wall mural would be fab in a living room.
Also loved the shadow boxes for purses - totally doable!
The only reason I didn't leave with this stool was because I couldn't figure out how to fit it in my purse. SO FAB. Maybe Kate Spade furniture is in the future?
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the blue painted wall is a wonderful display for all these trasures
Kate Spade Furniture?? - stop it! would be awesome. The brand can seriously do no wrong (except for not having stores here in Australia.... boo!) xxx
Very adorable - love all the color and pop! And yes, those outlets have hundreds of years of history behind them!
You really have such a great eye for identifying beautiful/inspiring interiors. Thanks for sharing. Especially sharing Etsy finds that are far more affordable than many of the high end products.
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