Thursday, April 24, 2014

From bookends to buddhas... a store full of new things

Our new finds from market just keep rolling in, every day. We're so excited to start seeing some of our garden goodies for spring and summer, lovely things for Mother's Day (coming up fast!), colorful linens and wonderful serving pieces for outdoor living, and new candles, body care lines, paper... on and on. Here's a sneak peek at a few of our new offerings.

Dog & kitties appliqué pillow (Jilly is modeling for you).

Dog Circle pillow (now Jilly is wondering why she has to wear a pillow)

Simple and fab: soapstone elephant bookends

Soapstone owl bookends

More interesting tools added to our "guy's corner"

Leather clad flashlight (for your Austin or Mini)

New cards, sticky notes, journals

Our favorite walking guides (and boxes of alphabet stamps)

Tiny oinkers for garden or bookshelf

Little lambies make a great gift - so cute

Lotus buddha for indoors or out

Jizo! The adorable protector of children, in volcanic ash

Volcanic ash buddha head for garden, and eco-concrete lotus table

New Wakefield pottery – the mini size for growing a handful of herbs

More Wakefield planters – gorgeous

Lots of shapes and sizes in the Wakefield collection

Lots of great wire organizers (to tuck into a corner or hang on the wall)

Baskets, carts, wire organizers = love

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Spring color

The daffodils are finally poking their heads up, one at a time. We are getting there. Even if you don't yet have a garden full of spring tulips, there are other ways to bring some color into your life. Just in at Pomegranate: wonderful spring/summer linens, colorful salad bowls, vases, baskets... stop by for a little splash of color!

Buddhas (and beyond) for outdoors or in...

Today we received an amazingly heavy pallet of volcanic ash garden buddhas – we love this line, and they look great inside or out. The volcanic ash composition is very sturdy for our area (even wintered over) and they tuck so nicely into a corner of your garden (or maybe on the hearth). We've had one in our garden for several years and he's held up quite nicely (even though he lost his head once in a little accident – now glued back on). Yes! We love springtime; starting to think about the garden, and living outdoors. These guys are a perfect complement to your leafy green garden... coming soon!