The Curiosity of Crows
I'm always grateful to have my work featured in so many beautiful and unique shops and galleries, and I love seeing how pieces blend comfortably in a variety of different settings.
Lone Crow Bungalow in Bend, OR is one of these wonderful retail partners. Owner Karen Letourneau and her staff are so fun and easy to work with, and their store is just as warm and friendly as they are.
"Treasured objects remind us of paths we carve through the world, and milestones we cross in our lives."- Karen Letourneau
The Lone Crow aesthetic is inspired by the 1920's American Bungalow Era and they carry handcrafted home goods and curiosities with a focus on beauty, function and connection to nature. Lots of Arts and Crafts patterns and the mellow earthy color pallets that goes along with them. They make an effort to buy American handmade crafts too, which I certainly appreciate!
I love following them on Facebook because they feature "nest of the day" photos of the most beautiful Arts and Craft style bungalows, and I just pine over them. It's such an inviting architectural style. But the goods at lone crow aren't limited to decorating the gorgeous homes in those pictures. Karen says “Our style is eclectic as much as it is classic, making the shop compelling for nests of all kinds. We mix in art nouveau, Asian, folk, and northwest lodge elements, demonstrating our love for the many influences of the American Bungalow Style.” When in Bend, take a gander or check out their gorgeous website, lonecrowbungalow.com.