Saturday, December 4, 2010

Trifecta Design

I'm so lucky to count the uber talented design duo, Pamela Ostermiller & Lindsay Vieta Vest, of Trifecta Design as close personal friends.  Yesterday, they gave me carte blanche access to photograph their lovely floral & interiors shop in Sugarhouse, Salt Lake City.  I shot almost 300 pictures, and wanted to post all of them because their shop is soooo gorgeous.  You really have to see it!  And as a bonus, they're having a Holiday special of 10% off everything in store until closing today, so hurry on down.  And if you don't live in Salt Lake, not to worry, they deliver their floral arrangements and gifts nationwide.

Trifecta's design is very nature inspired and organic.  Many of their ornaments reflect this aesthetic.

 They have gorgeous hanging glass ornaments absolutely everywhere!

Their wreaths are exquisite and unique.

It's a veritable treasure trove of delights with necklaces, bracelets and rings draping over tabletops or hanging from branches and unusual objet d'art.

And for the food lover, how about some tasty and delightful victuals?

My favourite ornaments are either birds or made out of felt, or even better, both!

I have a sneaking suspicion that they share my obsession with all things birdie.

 Did I mention I love felt?  Check out these nostalgic inspired felt stockings.

And holly, makes me think about the Motherland.

And what could be better than to snuggle up in front of the fire with a lovely Thomas Paul throw & pillow?

Penguin pillow by Paul Thomas
As soon as you walk-in, the smell of fresh cut flowers and greenery is intoxicating.

Want something more lasting than cut flowers?  They also have many beautiful potted plants presented in delightful and unexpected ways.

Pam & Lindsay have done a phenomenal job of combining all of these different elements into a store that is a treat for the senses.

Come on by, and if you're lucky, you'll be greeted by Lindsay's dog, Sam.

Isn't he adorable?
Check out Trifecta's website and blog.  I hope you have the opportunity to visit their store at 1940 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City, right in the heart of historic Sugarhouse, soon!   

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