Object

• 25 June 2012


I keep reading about a new-to-Seattle boutique, called Object, in magazines like Elle Decor and the like and have been meaning to drop by for a petite look-see.  Jihan's pop-up created the perfect opportunity for a proper visit and I decided to forgo the kids' naps and seize the moment to drop by (and then pray I wasn't making a huge mistake!).  

Oh my, how nice it was to step out of my daily routine and to allow myself to feel inspired by the vision of others.  It is always a rewarding experience to witness the hard work and creativity of others in the works and Object is no exception.  It is truly a beautiful shop to step into--a place where every turn draws your eyes to a different curiosity or beautiful object.  I cannot recall ever seeing a shop anywhere that offers hand-crafted furniture (designed by Whitcomb and Co, which will also have a presence in the new Geronimo Balloons Studio), vintage clothing, art, accessories, exotic plants and vegetables--all in one space.  This truly eclectic boutique definitely deserves a visit.  I promise you'll feel inspired too! 

Object 
2316 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA
Open Thursday - Saturday from 1-7 p.m. (or by appt.)
206.459.3876


all images by me, Stephanie Brubaker 

10 comments:

  1. so lovely! it makes me happy to see a great mix of fresh food among clothes and housewares all together!

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  2. gorgeous! food and clothes? i gotta see this place.

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  3. What a gorgeous shop! And your photos are fantastic! I will definitely add Object to my list of places to visit.

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  4. I've been wanting to check this place out. Maybe I'll go on Friday to celebrate my last day at my day job! :)

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  5. That's so amazing!Love the fresh fruits and clothes!What an amazing place!

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  6. your photos have inspired me :)

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