Beautiful wooden bench, painted and distressed in autumn mist and re-upholstered in high quality velvet linen
Hurry! For the rest of this week, Tink and her friends have decided to offer all the wonderful chairs and footstools in the shop at a special 10% off.
When we opened the shop this morning we were met by this wonderful piece. The fairies had clearly been having fun playing among the daisies. The fairy friend who gave us the drawers will be soo excited to see them. These upcycled drawers are Victorian mahogany with a solid wooden construction including the drawers with […]
I was at a friends house last night about 7pm and we were lucky enough to see a young hedgehog wander through her garden. It was still light so to see it casually strolling through was exceptional. So, I thought that I would put a post up to let all our fairy friends how to […]
This is a gorgeous antique oak chair that has been stripped, painted and waxed. It’s been upholstered in 100% linen and would make a great standalone piece for any home. The dimensions are 54 x 54 x 95 cms. If you would prefer a different colour or fabric to suit your colour scheme, please call […]
Just to let our fairy friends from Innerleithen and abroad that the shop will be open today until 5pm. Have a lovely day enjoying all the goings on that the town has to offer.
Aishling Bradford has been doing her Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award project with Droopy Dandelion and this is her first finished article. She has used various upcycling and upholstery techniques to achieve a great result with this wonderful bumble bee chair. We are really excited to see her next project.
We’re so pleased at Droopy Dandelion today to introduce you all to Sheila’s Spirit Doll. Made by the lovely Sandra, she has truly captured the ideas and motives of Sheila is this wonderful, bespoke piece. The circular swing, the green cloth and the whispy dandelion hair are particular favourites. If you’d like Sandra to design […]
There lots of bumble bees flying about our garden today, so I thought I’d do a bit of research. I found this site that has some great pointers for looking after our winged friends. Why not check it out to see how you can help them in your garden. https://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/2018/05/how-to-encourage-bumblebees-to-nest-in-your-garden/