A Little Bohemia Blooms and Wares

a little bohemia -1 a little bohemia -2 a little bohemia -3 a little bohemia -4 a little bohemia -5 a little bohemia -6a little bohemia-20a little bohemia -18 a little bohemia -19 a little bohemia -7 a little bohemia -8 a little bohemia -9 a little bohemia -10 a little bohemia -12a little bohemia -13 a little bohemia -14 a little bohemia -15 a little bohemia -16 a little bohemia -17

A Little Bohemia Blooms and Wares

Imagine a town, a city, a place where streets had florists, bakers, little vintage shops and green grocers all next to each other coexisting and thriving. Their shop windows lit with little Christmas lights during the holidays and at the door there was a donation box. These are the types of communities I dream of, but for those communities to exist there need to be little business people who value quality, feel, design and atmosphere.

I started this blog around the same time that I felt the need to connect with folks that positively shaped our communities, and with every new maker I meet I am eager to share some of the shots along with a story in this little space of mine.

A Little Bohemia is a floral studio located in Alfred Cove. If you have the chance to stop in, you will get a glimpse of the type of community I speak of. Owner of the vintage shop across the way will pop in for a cup of coffee, then a few minutes later the neighboring maker will come in for a cuppa and a quick chat. It’s lovely. Amy, who is the owner of A Little Bohemia, has transformed this corner shop in a bit of an oasis and I can see why all the shopkeepers come to her for coffee and biscuits. She is in synch with her sense of aesthetic and is wonderful to work with. You can see more of Amy’s blooms here.