I've been trying to decide what to call my line of bags, that I designed for the shop. What do you think? Erin Austen Abbott for Amelia? Or simply just Amelia? I'm open to suggestions.
There are five in the collection, but here is a sneak peek at the one bag in the line for kids. I love how classic it is and Tom Otis loves that he has a new place to stash toys.
I'm so inspired by mint and white together. When I opened the shop five years, I knew that I wanted mint and white stripes in both my logo and on the walls of the shop. I haven't felt the need to change it since. Here are a few items found around the shop and an amazing vintage jeep that pulled up in front of the shop today.
For the business cards, I had them printed through Moo.com and the striped bags that I use are vintage candy shop bags. Old dead stock.
County Fair Ribbon Wrapping Paper by Belle & Union
Yay print by Iron Curtain Press
Jeep images taken by me, Erin.
Each week, on the @ameliapresents instagram, we get a peek into the art, process and spaces of the artists at Amelia.
This week, Happy Cactus Designs, from Austin, TX gave us a peek. For a longer look, head over to instagram and visit #ameilastudiostories.
This sweet little vintage light makes the perfect shop fixture. I also love the texture of the imperfect wall behind the counter. Amelia is only 187 square feet but I certainly love it.
Studio Stories is our weekly peek in to the art, day, process and spaces of the artists at Amelia.
You can follow along each week, for a longer look on instagram via @ameliapresents.
This week we got a look at the studio of San Francisco artist, Cat Seto for Ferme A Papier.